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    Malcolm Redfellow Malcolm Redfellow is offline
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    Good grief! Was the weekend edition of the Independent that desperate for copy?

    (P.S. Sharp money is on Sussex.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marcos the black View Post
    Should make them Duke/Duchess of Moscow, just for the laugh.
    Putin is already Duke, Prince, Earl, King, Emperor etc.
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    Theres a 'Lord' of Athlone I believe. Also one for Limerick. Does it count as a territorial claim on the state?
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Eagle of the Ninth View Post
    LOL, her official title will be Her Royal Highness Prince Henry of Wales.

    The Queen will probably make her a Duchess. Sussex, most likely.

    Sparkle Sussex, I like it.
    Surely Charles is the Prince of Wales?

    Does Connaught still exist? I know where Connacht is.

    Matteradam what she is called. Good luck to both.
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    Whilst I'm neither for or against this as it would have no standing in Ireland or have any regard to Ireland whatsoever, I find it highly unlikely it will happen. As mentioned above there's many defunct dukedoms and earldoms in the United Kingdom without having to revive ones from former British colonies.
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    Quote Originally Posted by owedtojoy View Post
    Surely Charles is the Prince of Wales?

    Does Connaught still exist? I know where Connacht is.

    Matteradam what she is called. Good luck to both.
    Ginger is Prince Henry of Wales, not the Prince of Wales. Do keep up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Eagle of the Ninth View Post
    Ginger is Prince Henry of Wales, not the Prince of Wales. Do keep up.
    Henry of Hewitt, surely.
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    Quote Originally Posted by owedtojoy View Post
    Surely Charles is the Prince of Wales?

    Does Connaught still exist? I know where Connacht is.

    Matteradam what she is called. Good luck to both.
    There's a Connaught Circle in New Delhi.
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    to hell or connacht ? she had better respect the wishes of the Queen.
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    Interesting idea!

    If there is ever to be a United Ireland then a Monarchy descended from Elizabeth Windsor might be one way of doing it

    IIRC its not unheard of - I think the monarchies of Greece and Bulgaria came from various branches of the German Royal Housholds

    - and again IIRC King Henry II - he of Laudabiter fame - wanted to make his son John the King of Ireland in his own right.

    - as for Prince Harry

    - well at least he has Ginger hair.....
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