Prince William: Expert discusses royal's future titles
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Prince William will have to be “named” Prince of Wales by Prince Charles when his father becomes king, a royal expert has claimed. Marlene Koenig spoke to Express.co.uk about the Duke of Cambridge’s future in the Royal Family. She warned that the traditional title had caveats to it.
Ms Koenig told Express.co.uk: “Most likely, at first, William will be styled as the Duke of Cornwall and Cambridge.
“Prince of Wales is not hereditary.
“At some point, Charles will name him as Prince of Wales.
“He doesn’t stop being Duke of Cornwall or Duke of Rothesay or Duke of Cambridge.”
She continued: “But that will be his primary title, except in Scotland, in the Court Circular.
“When Charles is in Scotland he is called ‘Prince Charles, Duke of Rothesay’.
“It used to say ‘the Prince of Wales as Duke of Rothesay’, but they finally got rid of that.
“And that’s how he’s styled in Scotland.”
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The Prince of Wales is the title traditionally given to the heir apparent.
This is ceremonially done in an investiture in Wales, although most have been held in front of Parliament.
Prince Charles is the longest-serving royal in the post, having held it since 1958.
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Prince William’s wife, Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, would be entitled to the Princess of Wales title when her husband assumes his own.
She was therefore be styled as Catherine, Princess of Wales.
The last royal to hold the title was Diana, Princess of Wales, Charles’ first wife.
However, Charles’ second wife, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, does not use the title.
This is because the title has become closely associated with Diana.
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