Resolved Question: If William had not
Prince William of Wales
what would Prince George be known as today, for certainly he wouldn't have been Prince George of Cambridge. @DANIEL W, I am not asking for your opinion as to the unusuality of receiving the title or not, rather what would George's territorial designation be.
Posted on 23 October 2013 | 10:26 pm
Resolved Question: If Prince William becomes
On the assumption that when the Prince of Wales becomes KIng, Prince William would become Prince of Wales. And if Prince Harry has not married and not got a Dukedom, what would happen to his "of Wales" gig?
Posted on 23 June 2013 | 9:51 pm
Open Question: What is the deal with Prince
So I have a few questions.
1. Did Prince Williams use Wales as a last name, or was it referring to the country? If he was referring to the country, why did him and his family use that country (Wales) if they were born in England?
2. Why when I look up London, it says "London, United Kingdom" besides "London, England". I understand it is apart of both, but I feel like that would be like calling Chicago, "Chicago, North America" or something like that. (I understand the UK is not a continent)
3. Why is Northern Ireland apart of the UK but Ireland isn't?
4. Could I tell the difference from Northern Ireland and Ireland? (American, going to Europe for the first time.)
***Please answers questions with the numbering system like I did. Thank You***
Posted on 18 June 2012 | 11:01 am
Resolved Question: When Prince William
And inherits his father's titles, will he and Kate still be Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and retain their current titles? Or will they receive Charles' titles only? Yes I know he'll become Prince of Wales when QEII dies. I'm just wondering if he'll retain his current titles (Duke of Cambridge, etc) or if they'll revert back to the crown.
Posted on 14 March 2012 | 3:45 pm
Open Question: Why isn't william prince of
Posted on 7 January 2012 | 11:59 pm