• Why did Trump rudely walk in front of the Queen?

    Who in the hell does he think he is? OH my Goodness!
    Who in the hell does he think he is? OH my Goodness!
    143 answers · 2 days ago
  • Was the Queen overjoyed to meet Trump?

    16 answers · 1 day ago
  • Why do People love Princess Diana?

    Best answer: I agree with everything you said. She was having extra marital affairs and calls Prince Charles bad because he was having it. She was a hypocrite for sure. I think what people don't understand is that her charity work or whatever was all just an act. There have been millions upon millions upon millions of... show more
    Best answer: I agree with everything you said. She was having extra marital affairs and calls Prince Charles bad because he was having it. She was a hypocrite for sure. I think what people don't understand is that her charity work or whatever was all just an act. There have been millions upon millions upon millions of people who have done what she has done, and then they have been outed as bad people in real life, and it was proven that there so called good charity work was just all an act. So why do people believe Diana was different? she was just like them? It has been proven that she was all act too. But people are too stubborn and when they really want to believe something, they will believe even when the truth is smacking them in the face.
    16 answers · 2 days ago
  • Why doesn't Britain want to become a Republic?

    As a British person myself, I really think we should cut ties with the monarchy and become a republic. Not now, but when the next generation after the Queen happens. I like the Queen but the Royal Family themselves have no political power. They are of no use anymore. Most other countries have got rid of their... show more
    As a British person myself, I really think we should cut ties with the monarchy and become a republic. Not now, but when the next generation after the Queen happens. I like the Queen but the Royal Family themselves have no political power. They are of no use anymore. Most other countries have got rid of their monarchies, why can't we? It just seems so outdated and inefficient. Australia, Canada, New Zealand andd all the other countries in the Commonwealth all wish to be a republic. I think it's time Britain went the same way. Like I said, I have nothing against the Royal Family, but we need to move on and I also don't like that whenever people think of the UK, they just think of the Royal Family. There's so much more to the UK than just that.
    19 answers · 2 days ago
  • How is a prince addressed?

    Is he addressed as a lord? Like, "My lord, why have you summoned me to your chamber?"
    Is he addressed as a lord? Like, "My lord, why have you summoned me to your chamber?"
    13 answers · 1 day ago
  • If the republican movement wins in the UK will the royals be banished overseas as what happened to other royals?

    Best answer: That is a possibility, although some are known to favour the French solution.
    Best answer: That is a possibility, although some are known to favour the French solution.
    15 answers · 3 days ago
  • Do the Queen of england drive a car? Do she have licence to?

    Best answer: Yes the Queen drives cars. She does not have a licence because she is the licensing authority. Similarly, her cars do not need to carry number plates (although when she travels privately she uses cars that do). The answer suggesting the Queen is of an age not to have needed to pass a driving test is wrong.... show more
    Best answer: Yes the Queen drives cars. She does not have a licence because she is the licensing authority. Similarly, her cars do not need to carry number plates (although when she travels privately she uses cars that do).

    The answer suggesting the Queen is of an age not to have needed to pass a driving test is wrong. Driving tests were introduced in 1934 when the Queen was 8. She did not pass a test because as the Queen, she is above the law.
    10 answers · 2 days ago
  • What title, if any, would the wife of a baron hold?

    Best answer: Since a woman assumes titles and styles of her husband, the wife of a baron is a baroness, a courtesy title, but not the title. "Lady" is an honorific and NOT a title. Peeresses or wives and daughters of peers may be addressed by the honorific of "Lady." The wife and daughter(s) of a marquess,... show more
    Best answer: Since a woman assumes titles and styles of her husband, the wife of a baron is a baroness, a courtesy title, but not the title. "Lady" is an honorific and NOT a title. Peeresses or wives and daughters of peers may be addressed by the honorific of "Lady." The wife and daughter(s) of a marquess, the daughter of a duke, the wife and daughter(s) of and earl, the wife of a viscount and baron, and the wife of a baronet and a knight can all use the honorific of "Lady."

    A woman could be a peeress in her own right as well, that is, have her own title. Her title might be higher in precedence than her husband's, in which case she would use her own while he would use his.

    This website can help with the understanding of titles, styles, and correct use:
    http://laura.chinet.com/html/titles12.ht...

    Edit: It is possible for a baron to own an estate; it all depends on the family.

    In the past, when a person was given a title, he was also given lands to govern in the name of the monarch( if he was a duke or marquess). That is no longer the case. Some peers have grand estates while others do not.
    6 answers · 1 day ago
  • Can princess Elizabeth of England improve her body proportions by lifting weights?

    Best answer: Course she can, as long as she takes loads of them Anabolic steroids, and drinks them fitness style drinks, I bet she can bench press more than her sons can. She does get roid rage though, I believe she takes it out on Prince Charles...because everythings always his fault.
    Best answer: Course she can, as long as she takes loads of them Anabolic steroids, and drinks them fitness style drinks, I bet she can bench press more than her sons can. She does get roid rage though, I believe she takes it out on Prince Charles...because everythings always his fault.
    15 answers · 4 days ago
  • With the two heirs in succession unwilling to meet the POTUS do we now know why the queen has a death grip on the throne 🚽?

    Best answer: Only the Queen was ever scheduled to meet with Mr and Mrs T. And no, she has committed her life to serving the country to the day she no longer can, for whatever reason. Why would that be considered toh ave a 'death grip on the throne'??? It was said that Prince Charles at least, didn't want, or... show more
    Best answer: Only the Queen was ever scheduled to meet with Mr and Mrs T. And no, she has committed her life to serving the country to the day she no longer can, for whatever reason. Why would that be considered toh ave a 'death grip on the throne'??? It was said that Prince Charles at least, didn't want, or need!, to meet Trump. I don't know about William's views on the man. But again, NEITHER of them was down to meet Trump at Windsor Castle.
    7 answers · 2 days ago
  • When the prince Charles dies what will happen to Camilla Parker Bowles if she still lives?

    Best answer: Nothing much. If she’s in good health she’ll still be doing appearances after a mourning period. She does not intend to be called queen. If Charles outlives his mother she will be Princess Consort. After his death she will be Dowager Princess Consort until and unless she remarries.
    Best answer: Nothing much. If she’s in good health she’ll still be doing appearances after a mourning period. She does not intend to be called queen. If Charles outlives his mother she will be Princess Consort. After his death she will be Dowager Princess Consort until and unless she remarries.
    12 answers · 4 days ago
  • Does the Queen ever see her younger cousins Sarah and David (the children of her sister Princess Margaret)?

    Best answer: They are her niece and nephew (her only nephew, though she has three great-nephews, too), not her "cousins". Yes, of course she sees them. They've been invited to Sandringham and Balmoral often, they were guests at Prince Harry's wedding, and the Queen attended a memorial service for her... show more
    Best answer: They are her niece and nephew (her only nephew, though she has three great-nephews, too), not her "cousins".

    Yes, of course she sees them. They've been invited to Sandringham and Balmoral often, they were guests at Prince Harry's wedding, and the Queen attended a memorial service for her ex-brother-in-law, their father, last year; of course they were there. She was pictured chatting with them. See below.

    David's daughter, now Lady Margarita Armstrong-Jones, since her father has inherited the earl's title, was a bridal attendant in Prince William's wedding, and one of Lady Sarah's sons, Arthur Chatto, was a page of honor to the Queen for some time.
    7 answers · 1 day ago