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King Charles wants to give Princess Charlotte the Duchess of Edinburgh title

By Reuters
28 November 2022   |   11:49 am
King Charles wants Princess Charlotte to become the Duchess of Edinburgh as a way to pay tribute to his parents Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip Duke of Edinburgh.

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