Here is why.
Her Majesty has made a number of rule changes to succession and titles in recent years.
In this way, the monarch has equalised a number of outdated and sexist laws.
One of the changes being in 2011 when the Queen declared that daughters born first will have rights to the throne first, instead of being taken over by boys born later.
This changed the 1701 Act of Settlement and the 1689 Bill of Rights and the Royal Marriages Act 1772.
The Queen then changed another rule to equalise things when her daughter’s children were born. Her Majesty changed rules that meant only her grandchildren fathered by her sons would have royal titles, leaving Princess Anne and her children out.
This would be because their mother is their link to the Royal Family, not their father.
The Queen offered titles to Princess Anne’s children in a bid to equalise things, however, she was refused.
Princess Anne chose not to have titles for her children, hoping to raise them relatively normally.
Zara has since spoken out saying that she is happy that she was able to be raised in relatively normal life.
Zara told The Times in 2015 that, “I’m very lucky that both my parents decided to not use the title and we grew up and did all the things that gave us the opportunity to do.”
Zara is an Olympic medallist, having won the silver medal for Great Britain for at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London.
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