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Old 06-27-2016, 01:47 PM
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Throughout her life and the various title changes, Princess Mary, Countess of Harewood signed her name as "Mary".
However, on her and Henry's marriage certificate, would she not by law be required to sign her first Christian name of Victoria first?
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I suppose in a strictly legal sense you're correct. However I hardly think the Constable of the Tower would arrive to drag her to a prison cell because of her signature. She was always known as Mary. I don't think King George was too keen on the name Victoria, myself, and if his grandmother hadn't been alive at the time of Mary's birth she probably wouldn't have been given it.
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HGD Guillaume and HGD Stephanie's signatures:
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Old 08-31-2016, 05:03 AM
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Throughout her life and the various title changes, Princess Mary, Countess of Harewood signed her name as "Mary".
However, on her and Henry's marriage certificate, would she not by law be required to sign her first Christian name of Victoria first?
There was similar discussion about this a few months ago elsewhere. The Law doesn't really come into unless it is found that someone other than Princess Mary fraudulently signed the marriage certificate, which would involve witnesses being complicit also.
In short, Mary need only sign such document in her own hand and preferably in the normal manner she would have signed any other document.
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Old 09-06-2016, 02:26 PM
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The signatures of Elisabeth, Gabriel, Emmanuel and Eléonore of Belgium:

https://www.facebook.com/BeMonarchie...type=3&theater
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Old 09-06-2016, 02:35 PM
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Margrethe II of Denmark

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Here it is
http://medlem.spray.se/tik01/denmark1jpg.jpg

and the Condolence letter to King Harald where she signed with "Daisy"
http://www.kongehuset.no/c27428/binf....php?tid=92970

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interesting to see that margrethe wrote an almost personal telegram to harald on the occasion of the 2011 terrorist attacks in norway, and that she signs it with her nickname, as you would when writing to a friend. can someone tell us if the letter is written in danish or norwegian? if in danish, i assume harald would understand it when written? i wonder in what language they communicate when together.
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interesting to see that margrethe wrote an almost personal telegram to harald on the occasion of the 2011 terrorist attacks in norway, and that she signs it with her nickname, as you would when writing to a friend. can someone tell us if the letter is written in danish or norwegian? if in danish, i assume harald would understand it when written? i wonder in what language they communicate when together.


Me too. What language do they speak. Also with Carl Gustaf - Sylvia
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Me too. What language do they speak. Also with Carl Gustaf - Sylvia
Google translate says it is Danish
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CP Naruhito's signature in 1989:
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A copy of the signatures of Their Majesties The King and Queen of the Netherlands today during a visit to Germany.
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The signatures of Elisabeth, Gabriel, Emmanuel and Eléonore of Belgium:

https://www.facebook.com/BeMonarchie...type=3&theater

It is interesting that the Duchess of Brabant signs her name as Elisabeth (as in Dutch) rather than Élisabeth (as in French). Her brother on the other hand uses the French spelling Gabriel rather than the Dutch spelling Gabriël.
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A copy of the signatures of Their Majesties The King and Queen of the Netherlands today during a visit to Germany.
Its hard to make out but did the king sign 'R' after his name?
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Old 03-11-2017, 07:17 AM
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Its hard to make out but did the king sign 'R' after his name?


Yes I think he did. I gather he signs R outside his realms and just Willem-Alexander inside the Netherlands. You can just about make the R out in the photo but it's not very clear.
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It is an "R", if you click on "view full size" under the image description you get a higher resolution image. Link to said image.

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It indeed is Willem-Alexander in the kingdom and Willem-Alexander R outside. His mother did the same: only Beatrix R when outside the kingdom.
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Here is the signature of His Royal Highness Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands, Prince of Lippe-Biesterfeld.




The Signature of His Royal Highness Prince Claus of the Netherlands.

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The Difference between hereditary peers and prince/ss signing their name.

HRH Prince George of Cambridge signs his name as 'George'. His godfather, The Most High, Potent and Noble Prince. His Grace The Duke of Westminster signs his name as 'Westminster'
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Makes sense to me. "George" has a lot less letters to remember than "Westminster" or "Cambridge" does for a little guy.
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