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I never expected there to be any commemorative items put out for sale for the birth of Harry and Meghan's first child. One reason is that it seems clear that this child will not be born a HRH prince or princess. I don't believe there were any items sold for Louise and James' births either.
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Exactly, and it's not the child of a future King.
Were there any official differences (e.g., number of salutes) between the births of the Phillips (Princess Anne's) children, the York children, and the Wessex children?
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Were there any official differences (e.g., number of salutes) between the births of the Phillips (Princess Anne's) children, the York children, and the Wessex children?
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Who officially gets an easel announcement in the RF anyway ? I assumed the Earl of Dumbarton wouldn’t get one, so maybe you are right that was a different type of announcement.
Was there an easel announcement for the York, Wessex, and/or Phillips children respectively?
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Old 05-06-2019, 06:49 PM
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I have a question. When there is a royal baby there is a notice outside Buckingham palace. Well my question is how far down the line of succession does it go until there won't be a notice.

For example of Princess Euginie has a baby will there be a notice then. Thanks
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Old 05-06-2019, 06:56 PM
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I think this only happens with the babies who are sons / grandsons of the monarch or the heir to the throne.
I doubt that happens to the children of Princess Eugenie and Beatrice, as neither happened to the children of Zara Philips for example.
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TBH I was surprised it happened for the Sussex baby, in fact I was surprised when it was done for Charlotte and Louis.
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Was it done for Beatrice and Eugenie?
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BBC ON THIS DAY | 8 | 1988: Prince Andrew becomes a father

The as-yet-unnamed baby, whose title is the Princess of York, weighed 6lb 12 oz.

Celebrations began as soon as details of the birth were posted on the gates of Buckingham Palace in keeping with tradition.
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Does anyone know if they did the same thing when the sons of the Counts of Wessex were born?
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I can't find any mention of it occurring for Louise or James. Its worth bearing in mind that for Louise at least the birth was very early and something of an emergency. Edward was out of the country on an official tour and the Countess was taken by ambulance to hospital for an emergency procedure.

For both children the couple had broken with precedence and decided not to use royal titles for even though they were entitled to them so it may well be they didn't want to have such a formal announcement made.

That said someone else may have found out otherwise
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Was there an easel announcement for the York, Wessex, and/or Phillips children respectively?
York yes, I can't remember about the Wessex kids, but the Phillips girls no.
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York yes, I can't remember about the Wessex kids, but the Phillips girls no.
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By the "Phillips children" I meant the births of Princess Anne's children, Peter and Zara. I seem to have heard somewhere that Peter Phillips received a salute despite his technical rank of commoner, though I do not know if that is correct.
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By the "Phillips children" I meant the births of Princess Anne's children, Peter and Zara. I seem to have heard somewhere that Peter Phillips received a salute despite his technical rank of commoner, though I do not know if that is correct.
Peter’s birth was posted at the gates of Buckingham Palace and there was a 41 gun salute at the Tower of London, but that was because he was the first grandchild of the reigning monarch. I think these traditions have much more to do with the relation to the current or future monarch than where the child is in the line of succession.

BBC ON THIS DAY | 15 | 1977: Princess Anne gives birth to Master Phillips
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Were the births of Zara, Beatrice, Eugenie, James and Lady Louise also posted at the gates of Buckingham Palace?
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Royal Events i will see

Hello i am 27. Providing i live to 100 what major royal events am i likely to see in my lifetime. Could I even see Prince George become king?
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Depending upon how old you are yes...you might see King George VII.
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2020s decade

Hello, do you think this might be the decade that prince Charles becomes king
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Almost certainly Prince Charles will become king in this decade. The Queen turns 100 in 2026 ....
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Here's an interesting article about something that's discussed rather a lot here:

Meghan, Kate, and the Architecture of Misogyny
Policing correct female behavior keeps all women in their place.

https://www.theatlantic.com/internat...re-war/604981/
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