Can You Give the Correct Title to These British Royals?

By: Kennita Leon
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About This Quiz

The Brits love their royals and the whole world knows it. They're sticklers for tradition, which is why they love the official titles of their royalty. While you may think Harry is a prince, which he is, he is also a duke. But do you know of where? Well, we want to test that very knowledge right now. 

For years we have watched the royal family grow, not only to include once-outsiders like Kate and Meghan, but also to include children like George and Charlotte. We have watched queens age and die and new powers come into play. But do you know what these people are officially called? 

Now don't forget that some of these people have many titles. For example, not only was Victoria the Queen of England and Great Britain, she was also appointed the Empress of India. So don't worry that all the titles won't be shown. We just want you to pick the correct one out of the four options we're going to give you. 

So, if you think that you've got what it takes to ace this British royalty quiz, go ahead and get started. Will you know enough to work in the queen's court, or should you stick to knowing the Queen of Hearts from Alice in Wonderland? 

A title held since 1958, the Prince of Wales, Charles Philip Arthur George, is the oldest and longest-serving heir apparent in British history.

Crowned Queen of the United Kingdom in 1952, Queen Elizabeth Alexandra Mary is the daughter of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth. As queen, she is the head of the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth realms.

Newlywed Prince Harry is the second son of the well-loved Princess Diana. Currently the Duke of Sussex, Prince Harry is sixth in the line of succession to the throne as of 2018.

Older brother to Prince Harry and first son to Charles, Prince of Wales, Prince William is second in line of succession to the throne.

As the wife of Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, Meghan Markle, an American actress, gained the title of Duchess of Sussex in 2018.

A member of the British royal family, Prince Andrew was born on February 19, 1960, as the third child to Queen Elizabeth II. Along with the title of Duke of York, Prince Andrew is also a commander and Vice Admiral in the Royal Navy.

Perhaps one of the most popular members of the British royal family, Lady Diana became the Princess of Wales - a courtesy title - upon her marriage to Charles, Prince of Wales in 1981.

Formerly Prince Philip of Greece and Denmark, Prince Philip became Duke of Edinburgh and husband of Queen Elizabeth II in 1957.

Becoming the second wife of Charles, Prince of Wales, in 2005, Camilla Parker Bowles acquired the title of Duchess of Cornwall. She is also the Duchess of Rothesay in Scotland.

Born to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge in 2013, Prince George of Cambridge is third in line of succession to the throne.

A member of the Royal family, Kate was born as Catherine Elizabeth Middleton. She became the Duchess of Cambridge following her marriage to Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, in 2011.

Anne Elizabeth Alice Louise, the seventh Princess Royal, has held the title since 1957. She is the only daughter of Queen Elizabeth II.

The second child and only daughter of Kate Middleton and Prince William, Princess Charlotte of Cambridge was born on May 2, 2015.

A title held traditionally by the eldest son of the reigning monarch, the Duke of Cornwall title has been held by the heir apparent, Charles, Prince of Wales, since 1952.

Prince Louis of Cambridge, born in 2018, is a member of the British royal family. He is the third child of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and brother to Princess Charlotte and Prince George of Cambridge.

Beatrice Elizabeth Mary is the granddaughter of Queen Elizabeth II. Princess Beatrice is the daughter of Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson.

A Scottish title out of use since 1749, the Earl of Dumbarton title was conferred to Prince Harry by Queen Elizabeth II on May 19, 2018, his wedding day.

Born Eugenie Victoria Helena, a member of the house of Windsor and daughter of Prince Andrew, Duke of York, Princess Eugenie holds the title of Princess of York.

Held by Prince Edward since 1999, the title Earl of Wessex has been used three times in British history. Prince Edward was the first British prince to receive the title in centuries.

A former public relations officer, Sophie Rhys-Jones married into the royal family. She became the Countess of Wessex in 1999 after she married Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex.

Carrying the title of Duke of York in 1920, George VI rose to the throne in 1936 following his brother Edward's abdication. George VI reigned as King of the United Kingdom until his death in 1952.

Scottish born, Princess Margaret was the only sibling of Queen Elizabeth II. Titled Countess of Snowdon in 1961, Princess Margaret was considered controversial to the British royal family.

The third title conferred to Prince Harry on his wedding day of May 19, 2018, the title Baron Kilkeel was created by Queen Elizabeth II. It is named after Kilkeel in North Ireland.

Elizabeth Angela Marguerite Bowes-Lyon was named The Queen Mother to distinguish her from her daughter, Queen Elizabeth II. She was King George VI's queen consort. She is not to be confused with Queen Elizabeth I, who reigned from 1558 to 1603.

Charles, Prince of Wales, also holds the Scottish title of Duke of Rothesay. This title is given to the heir apparent to the throne.

King of the United Kingdom for only twenty-six years, George V also held the titles of Prince of Wales and Emperor of India.

Son of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, Prince Arthur, Duke of Connaught and Strathearn, served actively in the military and held many titles.

Earl of Wessex is a title held currently by Prince Edward. His son James is the Viscount Severn, a title given to the children of earls.

A member of the British royal family, Princess Mary, born in 1897, served as a nurse during World War I. One of the titles held by her was Countess of Harewood.

The last person to hold the title of Emperor of India, George VI was publicly known as "Albert" until he became king in 1936.

The third son of King George V and Queen Mary, Prince Henry, Duke of Gloucester, first served in the military for a brief period before taking up royal duties. He died in 1974.

King of the United Kingdom for the year of 1936, Edward VIII ended his reign as king and became the Duke of Windsor. He abdicated the throne to marry a divorcee.

The daughter of Prince Edward, Queen Victoria was crowned Queen of the United Kingdom in 1838. In 1876, she acquired the additional title of Empress of India.

The youngest of Queen Victoria's children, Beatrice held the title of Princess of the United Kingdom until her marriage to Prince Henry of Battenberg in 1885. After her marriage, she became Princess Henry of Battenberg.

Leopold George Duncan Albert was the youngest son of Queen Victoria. He received the titles of Duke of Albany, Earl of Clarence and Baron Arklow.

Younger brother to Edward VIII and George VI, Prince George held the title of Duke of Kent from 1934 until his death in 1942.

The fourth daughter of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, Princess Louise became the Duchess of Argyll following her unadvised marriage to the heir of the Duke of Argyll in 1871.

The last queen to hold the title of Empress of India, Queen Elizabeth (consort) acquired the title because of her marriage to King George VI, Emperor of India.

Queen Victoria reigned from 1837 until her death in 1901. Prior to Elizabeth II, she was the longest-reigning British monarch.

Born to the Duke of Teck and Princess Mary Adelaide of Cambridge, Mary of Teck became Queen Consort of the United Kingdom in June 1911. She was married to King George V.

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