”Camilla, Catherine, Meghan and indeed the rest of the Royal Family’s stylings are steeped in centuries of royal history," Arbiter revealed.
“The only person able to implement revisions or bestow titles is the sovereign.
“Should the Queen choose to do either, her decrees are based on a number of factors including changes that have been made to existing royal rules, long-standing tradition and the examples set by kings and queens who have gone before her.”
Blood-born princesses such as Eugenie, Beatrice and Charlotte are the only royals allowed to use the title with their first name.
Arbiter also claims Princess Diana’s title is incorrect because she’s not a blood-born princess.
“She became HRH The Princess of Wales when she married Charles, but ‘Princess Diana’ was deemed far catchier.
“Today she is still affectionately known as Princess Diana, even though her title changed once again following her divorce.”
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