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I will never understand why fans think they know what’s best for a celebrity or royal’s love life. Just because so and so looked soo cute together, does not mean their relationship was perfect or healthy; they broke up for a reason.

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The crowds at the royal wedding.

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one gifset per appearance → reception at the imperial war museum, london (26/04/2012)

In their second engagement of the day, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended a reception the Imperial War Museum in London, highlighting the foundation’s campaign to create new WWI galleries in time for the 2014 centenary of the conflict. The Duke and Duchess were successful in their appeal, and the Duke of Cambridge opened the first on July 17th, 2014.

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Anonymous said:
Will Harry's kids get Prince/Princess titles of wherever his dukedom is? Like Prince George of Cambridge? Will their kids get titles?

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ravishingtheroyals:

As of right now, Harry’s children would not be Prince/Princess until HM dies and Charles succeeds to throne. Letters Patent state that only the children of the eldest child of the Prince of Wales are allowed that title. Of course, if Harry has children before HM dies, she can change that so his children are Prince/Princess, just as she did for William’s children before George was born.

but she only changed it because if George had been a girl, she would have been third in line but would only have the title of Lady, not appropriate for someone that would have been a future monarch. Since former letters patent stated only the eldest son would have been given the HRH Prince title and all future children would be Lord or Lady

True. But if that were the only reason, she could have changed the Letters Patent to read that only the first child, regardless of sex, would be a Prince/Princess instead of just first born son (until Charles takes the throne and then of course all of them would be). I’m thinking she went ahead and issued it for all children so they wouldn’t be switching from Lord/Lady to Prince/Princess at some point. 

That’s the only reason I could see this being done for Harry’s children as well if she’s still alive when he has them :)

yes I imagine that was partly the reason, so they don’t have to switch later on especially in the case of the “spare” etc, but imo it also has to with the fact that the Cambridges will be the main line of succession in the future. Passing letters patent for Harry could also cause weird precedence for the future. It could have been a possibility if say Harry had married first and he had kids before William. Like how do you even word that?.. all children of the second son of the Prince of Wales will be given the HRH Prince/ss title.. Also why issue letters patent when they will receive the titles when POW becomes King? The same urgency is not there as the Cambridge children

also if that was HM’s intent, why not just have the letters patent stating that all granchildren of POW are granted HRH Prince/ss titles?

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