William’s father King Charles III They announced their new titles in a nationally televised address on Friday, his first as king.
In a pre-recorded letter, Charles said: “Today, I am proud to create for him the Prince of Wales, Tewesog Cemrow, a country whose title I have been most honored to bear during so much of my life and duty.” “With Catherine at his side, our new Prince and Princess of Wales, as I know, will continue to inspire and lead our national conversations, helping bring margins to the center where vital assistance can be provided.”
Camilla, Charles’ current wife, did not use the title Princess of Wales, and instead passed to the Duchess of Cornwall. she is now The Queen with Charles’ accession on the throne.
A royal source told ABC News that Kate, by being named Princess of Wales, “appreciates the history associated with her”.
The source added that Kate though “understandably wants to look to the future as she creates her own path.”
William, now heir to the throne, also assumed Charles’ title of Duke of Cornwall and inherited the Duchy of Cornwall, the private property established in 1337 to provide financial independence for the heir and his family.
“As my heir, William now assumes Scottish titles that have meant so much to me,” Charles said in his Friday speech. “The Duke of Cornwall succeeds me and assumes the responsibilities of the Duchy of Cornwall, which I have undertaken for more than five decades.”
Kate, the former Duchess of Cambridge, inherits the new title of Duchess of Cornwall.
William and Kate with their children, Princes George, Louis and Princess Charlotte, Recently moved from Kensington Palace To Adelaide Cottage, a four-bedroom cottage on the grounds of Windsor Castle.
This week, George, Charlotte and Louis They attended the first day of school at Lambroke School In Berkshire, a preparatory school for children aged 3 to 13 in the southeast of England.
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