British RoyalsThe Wessexes

Why are Prince Edward’s children not titled as Prince and Princess?

In the UK there are very specific rules regarding who is entitled to be a Prince or Princess. Most of these rules come from Letters Patent issued in 1917 by King George V, in which the King accords the Princely title to all children of the Sovereign, to the Sovereign’s male-line grandchildren and to the eldest living of the Prince of Wales’s eldest son. However, when the Law of Succession…
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British RoyalsThe Wessexes

Countess of Wessex sits for terminally ill photographer

Though Her Royal Highness the Countess of Wessex has had her photograph taken countless times since joining The Royal Family, but her most recent photoshoot had special significance. Conducted by 24-year-old James Dunn, who suffers the debilitating skin condition epidermolysis bullosa (EB), the Countess was the latest public figure to sit for the young photographer in support of the #FightEB…
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