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Why Kate Middleton won’t be known as Duchess of Cambridge forever

LONDON, ENGLAND – OCTOBER 30: Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge arrives at Basildon Sporting Village on October 30, 2018 in London, England. (Photo by Tim P. Whitby/Tim P. Whitby/Getty Images)


Why Kate Middleton won’t be known as Duchess of Cambridge forever


As the royal family’s ranks change along with the line of succession, Kate Middleton will no longer be referred to as the Duchess of Cambridge in the future.

Ever since her wedding to Prince William at Westminster Abbey in April 2011, Kate has been referred to as The Duchess of Cambridge for more than 10 years.

The mother-of-three has actively carried out her royal obligations since then, including public appearances and charitable donations.

Recent royal events, such as the death of Prince Philip and Prince Charles’ eventual ascension to the throne, have prompted the public to consider the monarchy’s future.

According to Kent Live, William, Duke of Cambridge, is currently second in line to the throne, and there are rumors that the Queen may crown Prince Charles Regent.

Prince Charles is the longest-serving heir apparent and Prince of Wales in history.


Charles was the 26th Prince of Wales, assuming the title at a ceremony at Caernarfon Castle in 1969.

When he takes the throne, his eldest son, Prince William, will succeed him as Prince of Wales.

Kate’s title will change from Duchess of Cambridge to Princess of Wales as a result of this.

That was the title previously held by Prince William and Prince Harry’s mother Diana, which Camilla Duchess of Cornwall declined out of respect.

Kate will most likely be referred to be Queen Catherine – Catherine being her full name – when future monarch Prince Charles vacates the throne and Prince William takes over as King William and reigns over the country.

Kate will be crowned Queen consort in a ceremony to mark the occasion, albeit it will be nothing like William’s coronation.

Whatever formal job Kate adopts, it is unlikely to have an impact on her relationship with and duties to the public in the coming years.

She is patron to Over 20 charity and military organizations, including Action for Children, SportsAid, and the National Portrait Gallery.

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