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Question : Whats Queen Elizabeths maiden name and Prince Charles Last name?
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BoosGrammy - FoolSearch.com
Whats Queen Elizabeths maiden name and Prince Charles Last name?
Asked By BoosGrammy - April 21, 2006 at 11:38 AM - History - 15 Answers - 1 Comments - Answered Questions
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I believe it is Beeeaatch for her and Duuumass for him.
Answered By hitechwizkid - 8 Years Ago
Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Windsor Charles Philip Arthur George Mountbatten-Windsor
Answered By Vato - 8 Years Ago
Windsor
Answered By Johnny A - 8 Years Ago
her maiden name, Bowes-Lyon his last name is Windsor
Answered By Belle - 8 Years Ago
Elizabeth York and Charles Wales
Answered By rrlawer - 8 Years Ago
The royal house is named Windsor. Prince Philip's name is Mountbatten, so Charles' proper surname is Mountbatten-Windsor.
Answered By mockingbird - 8 Years Ago
The official royal surname is Windsor, but the young princes use the surname Wales at school. Prince Charles didn't get his father's surname (Mountbatten), but I think he still uses it in a hyphenated version of his name. I don't think surnames are very important among royalty. After all, they're already set apart from everyone else.
Answered By the scientist - 8 Years Ago
The current Queen Elizabeth is a member of the Windsor family. I believe Charles is also a Windsor. Queen Elizabeth I was the last member of the Tudor family.
Answered By beth747 - 8 Years Ago
"Parasites" Well that's what the lot of them are. Robspierre had the right idea. We can only hope that one day the ignorant, foolish UK citizens will wisen up and abolish the monarchy.
Answered By tracey.mcg@btinternet.com - 8 Years Ago
Elizabeth II was born Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Windsor. In 1917, before Elizabeth was born, the royal family adopted the name Windsor, after their principal castle, because their surname Wettin sounded too German for popular opinion during World War I. Wettin derived from Queen Victoria's husband Albert, who belonged to the Wettin family of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha. In 1952 Elizabeth II declared that her descendants would belong to the House of Windsor and should use the name Windsor as their surname. In 1960 the queen modified the order by allowing her descendants who do not hold royal titles to use the name Mountbatten-Windsor, which is a combination of Prince Philip's surname and the queen's surname. Without this order, all of the queen's descendants would bear their father's surname Mountbatten. In practice, descendants of the queen such as the Duke of York use the name Mountbatten-Windsor, despite being members of the royal family. As is common amongst British nobles, Prince Andrew, Earl of Wessex, uses his title as a surname, so he is known as Andrew Wessex. Similarly, Princes William and Harry use their father's title as their surname, and go by William Wales and Harry Wales. Under the 1960 order, Prince Charles's surname is Windsor, though he too uses the name Mountbatten-Windsor or his title Prince of Wales.
Answered By benjaminsbaum - 8 Years Ago
Elizabeth II (Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Windsor), born on 21 April 1926, is Queen of sixteen independent nations known as the Commonwealth Realms. The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (Philip Mountbatten, formerly Prince Philippos of Greece and Denmark) (born 10 June 1921) is the husband of Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom. The Prince Charles, Prince of Wales (Charles Philip Arthur George Mountbatten-Windsor) (born 14 November 1948), is the eldest son of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.
Answered By mewzikmaker - 8 Years Ago
The "British" royal family is really a German organisation cleverly disguised by some changes of surname in recent history. The current Queen is the daughter of George VI and Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon. His surname was originally von Sachsen-Coburg und Gotha. Prince Charles's father is Prince Philip and his surname was originally von Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glucksberg.
Answered By brainstorm - 8 Years Ago
In response to "We can only hope that one day the ignorant, foolish UK citizens will wisen up and abolish the monarchy." As we foolish UK citizens have the infinite evil of the US "Republic" to warn us of what the alternatives are I trust we'll stay foolish and keep the Monarchy thanks.
Answered By brideshead - 8 Years Ago
Well everyone knows she is called Elisabeth but not many people know her LAST name
Answered By romeo - 20 Weeks Ago
Windsor is the family name from the house that 'i think her parents' bought back in the days before time being ... i think DON'T quote me on that I should know BUT i am farad i don't and quite frankly don't really care much. Frankly i do think she is doing a good job after all she can't say NO to often as it's a 24/7/365.24 job and SHE/THEY have to be good .... it's not a job I'd do even for all the money(which she can't spend by going to McDonald's or KFC (what ever). Can they I MEAN can you be good AS long as they have. On monitor every minute of the day month years....
Answered By Ree 9 - 1 Week Ago
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