In the Cambridge family, ask for the girl, the little girl. Princess Charlotte is the only daughter of Prince William and his wife Kate Middleton, apart from their eldest son Prince George and their youngest Prince Louis. By her royal family, little Charlotte is currently presented as Her Royal Highness Princess Charlotte of Cambridge. Only its entire title can most likely change within the next few years.
When her big brother Prince George becomes king, Princess Charlotte could very well be referred to as The Princess Royal. As Hello Magazine reports, the title of “The Princess Royal” is usually given to the older sister of the King of England. Right now, it is Princess Anne. On the sidelines of its 70th birthday on August 15, the royal family has just shared information about Princess Anne, on their social networks.
Princess Charlotte soon to be Princess Royal?
“Her Royal Highness Princess Anne was named The Princess Royal, a title traditionally awarded to the Sovereign’s eldest daughter, in 1987. Her Royal Highness is the seventh Princess Royal, following on from Princess Mary, the King’s only daughter George V “, we can read on the Instagram account of the royal family. However, the title of Princess Royal is not automatically attributed to the sovereign’s oldest daughter. For example, the Queen did not grant the title to Princess Anne until June 1987, while the title had been vacant since 1965, after the death of Princess Mary. The title of Princess Royal is therefore not automatic within the British royal family. Answer in the years to come if Princess Charlotte will benefit from it, when her big brother will be ascended to the throne.
Princess Charlotte still has to wait before returning to school © HRH Duchess of Cambridge via Bestimage