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  1. British royal family - Wikipedia › wiki › British_Royal_Family

    The royal family is supported by a number of British royal households, as well as the employees of the occupied royal palaces and the Duchy of Cornwall. Since 1917, when King George V changed the name of the royal house from Saxe-Coburg and Gotha , members of the royal family have belonged, either by birth or by marriage, to the House of Windsor .

  2. Family tree of the British royal family - Wikipedia › wiki › Family_tree_of_the_British

    See Family tree of English monarchs, Family tree of Scottish monarchs, and Family tree of Welsh monarchs. This also includes England, Scotland and Wales; all part of the United Kingdom as well as the French Norman invasion. For a simplified view, see: Family tree of British monarchs .

  3. British royal family - Simple English Wikipedia, the free ... › wiki › British_Royal_Family

    The British royal family is the group of close relatives (family) of the monarch, currently Elizabeth II, of the United Kingdom.

  4. Royal family - Wikipedia › wiki › Royal_family

    A royal family is the immediate family of kings/queens, emirs/emiras, or sultans/sultanas, and sometimes their extended family.The term imperial family appropriately describes the family of an emperor or empress, and the term papal family describes the family of a pope, while the terms baronial family, comital family, ducal family, archducal family, grand ducal family, or princely family are ...

  5. List of longest-living members of the British royal family ... › wiki › List_of_longest-living

    The royal coat of arms of the United Kingdom, as used by Elizabeth II since 1953. Twenty-seven members of the British royal family have lived to the age of 80 years or older since the Acts of Union 1707 established the Kingdom of Great Britain. These British royal family members consist of two centenarians, eight nonagenarians, and 17 octogenarians.

  6. Talk:British royal family - Wikipedia › wiki › Talk:British_Royal_Family
    • Rules
    • Pince Harry and Meghan
    • "Working"
    • Earl and Countess of St Andrews
    • RFC About The Full Names
    • semi-protected Edit Request on 19 April 2021

    I think it would be appropriate to have a section about the Royal rules to help understand their day to day life.Kmc2418 (talk) 18:01, 28 June 2019 (UTC) 1. What rules? DrKay (talk) 18:42, 28 June 2019 (UTC) 2. There's a quote going around about Meghan Markle's dissatisfaction with royal life: "She had no idea how un-glamorous it really is to be a royal and, when she found out she would be a civil servant in a tiara she was, like, ‘No way.’” 2601:648:8202:96B0:0:0:0:DF95 (talk) 07:47, 20 January 2020 (UTC) 2.1. That's a press quote, really, though, isn't it - do we really need to include all media speculation? The subject of that article is actually their financial position, which is more interesting but still speculation. Deb (talk) 09:20, 20 January 2020 (UTC) 2.1.1. I don't have an opinion of whether that quote should be in the article. I thought it was pithy but probably more relevant to the Megxit article. There's probably something spelling out in more length what it is that t...

    ? -- L.Smithfield (talk) 06:33, 19 January 2020 (UTC) They are still in the royal family but they have agreed to stop using the HRH style. There has been some reverting adding/removing them in the section titled "Relatives not using a royal style" but is logically obvious to me that if they have formally announced they will stop using the style and they in fact stop, they should be in that section, even if they are legally still designated HRH (that was one of the issues in the reversion). I put in a crappy Huffpo link documenting this but there is probably something better out there. I also heard someone on TV remark on it, that they still formally have the title, they only have stopped using it, but the door is being left open to their possibly taking it up again some day, if they are willing to resume their former duties. Something like agreeing to stop driving the family Rolls Royce but still holding onto the keys in case something changes. FWIW, I'm in the US and can't believe...

    For informational purposes for an international audience, the idea of "working members" could use a definition section. As I understand it, the Queen can and does designate people inside and outside the family to represent her from time to time, but there are family members who's 'full-time job' is to represent the Queen. All this could use elucidation. Thanks. -- Alanscottwalker (talk) 14:26, 12 February 2020 (UTC)Please don't forget Lady Saltoun. — Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 09:23, 1 January 2021 (UTC)

    Although I might not consider all of the children of the Duke and Duchess of Kent to be direct members of the royal family, should we consider their first born and heir, Earl of St Andrews and his wife, Countess of St Andrews, to be members of the royal family? Or even Baron Downpatrick? As the heirs to the Dukedom of Kent, are they considered members of the royal family/are they permitted to represent the Queen in any formal capacity? -- Willthacheerleader18 (talk) 02:27, 14 January 2021 (UTC) 1. I don't think so, most of the members included appear so because they are included in official/general listings of the BRF; the Duke and Duchess of Kent have been undertaking engagements for decades, but I don't think any of their children have done so.--Bettydaisies (talk) 03:15, 14 January 2021 (UTC)

    What is the surname of the royal family and is it okay to add it after their given names? Keivan.fTalk19:11, 21 February 2021 (UTC) As some users might have noticed, the issue of the surname of the royal family has been brought forward again and an edit war occurred on some pages, including Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, Prince George of Cambridge, Princess Charlotte of Cambridge, Prince Louis of Cambridge, Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, Anne, Princess Royal, Princess Beatrice, Princess Eugenie, and Princess Alexandra, The Honourable Lady Ogilvy. 1. The main issue is: what is the surname of the royal family and is it okay to add it after their given names? Apparently it's "Windsor" for "the male and unmarried female descendants of George V," and "Mountbatten-Windsor" for descendants of Elizabeth II. Quote: "For the most part, members of the Royal Family who are entitled to the style and dignity of HRH Prince or Princess do not need a surname, but if at any time any of them do nee...

    Because there are some errors and mistakes 1. Not done: it's not clear what changes you want to be made. Please mention the specific changes in a "change X to Y" format and provide a reliable source if appropriate. ◢ Ganbaruby! (Say hi!)02:18, 19 April 2021 (UTC) Cite error: There are tags on this page, but the references will not show without a {{reflist|group=fn}} template (see the help page).

  7. Finances of the British royal family - Wikipedia › wiki › Finances_of_the_British
    • Overview
    • Income
    • Assets

    The finances of the British royal family come from a number of sources. The British government supports the monarch and some other members of the House of Windsor financially by means of the Sovereign Grant, which is intended to meet the costs of the sovereign's official expenditures. This includes the costs of the upkeep of the various royal residences, staffing, travel and state visits, public engagements, and official entertainment. Other sources of income include revenues from the Duchies of

    Until 1760 the monarch met all official expenses from hereditary revenues, which included the profits of the Crown Estate. King George III agreed to surrender the hereditary revenues of the Crown in return for payments called the Civil List. Under this arrangement the Crown Estat

    Under the Sovereign Grant Act 2011, the system of funding the Royal Household by a mixture of Civil List payments and Grants-in-Aid was replaced. From 1 April 2012 a single annual Sovereign Grant has been paid by the Treasury. The level of funding for the Royal Household is now l

    The Duchy of Lancaster is a Crown entity holding land and other assets to produce an income for the British Sovereign consisting of land holdings and other assets. As it is held in perpetual trust for future generations of Sovereigns, the Sovereign is not entitled to the estate's

    The Queen has a private income from her personal investment portfolio, though her personal wealth and income are not known. Jock Colville, a former private secretary to the Queen and a director of her bank, Coutts, estimated her wealth at £2 million in 1971. An official ...

    A number of possessions are held in trust by the Sovereign. 1. The Crown Estate is one of the largest property portfolios in the United Kingdom, producing £211 million for the Treasury in the financial year 2007–08 and with holdings of £7.3 billion in 2011. The Crown ...

  8. House of Windsor - Wikipedia › wiki › House_of_Windsor

    The House of Windsor is the reigning royal house of the United Kingdom and the other Commonwealth realms. In 1901, the House of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha (a branch of the House of Wettin) succeeded the House of Hanover to the British monarchy with the accession of King Edward VII, son of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha.

    • 17 July 1917; 103 years ago
    • Elizabeth II