The members of the royal family, who are on the direct line of the throne, do not have a surname. However, they can still be easily distinguished due to their royal titles given to them. An attempt to understand the royal titles can be a bit confusing. They can not only be extremely long but also change when traveling in other countries.
Many people are confused about what Kate Middleton's actual title is. We all know she is the Duchess of Cambridge, but is she a princess? Why do not we call her "Princess Kate," as we did with her late mother-in-law, Princess Diana?
Kate Middleton is a Princess? you are the daughter of the British sovereign, or marry a prince, and in the case of Kate Middleton, she married a prince, which makes her a princess? Technically, yes, but she is not Princess Kate, and if you become a princess of marriage, you get the title of your husband, so on the day that Kate marries William, she gets up Her Royal Highness Princess William, Duchess of Cambridge
While many people can call her Princess Kate, the title "Princess" does not come directly to her name because she is not born in the family So instead of calling her Princess William, most people choose to call her another title, Duchess Cambridge. However, on the birth certificate of George's son, her profession is listed as "Princess of the UK", so she is a real princess. Well, it should not have been. Since she married a prince of Wales, she has inherited the title of Diana, Princess of Wales (note that her first name is before the word "princess" and not after her). But instead of calling her Princess of Wales, people started calling her Princess Diana. Diana once admitted that her title was given to her by the audience and was not her own title.