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Old 09-08-2022, 03:48 PM
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Old 09-27-2022, 03:26 AM
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The Prince and Princess of Wales are off to Wales today.


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Old 09-27-2022, 08:26 AM
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I'm so glad one of their first engagements as Prince and Princess of Wales is to visit Wales.
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Old 09-27-2022, 08:29 AM
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I'm so glad one of their first engagements as Prince and Princess of Wales is to visit Wales.
Indeed. This is the first day after the end of royal mourning, so clear focus on Wales.

No plans for a large investiture for the Prince of Wales.

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Old 09-27-2022, 08:33 AM
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Just wondering, since William and Catherine are now the Prince and Princess of Wales, wouldn't they suppose to get new arms? These one are the one from after they married, right? With William as the eldest son of the heir apparent. And now since he's the heir apparent himself shouldn't the coronet change or maybe as the Prince of Wales he gets his father's old arms?

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I did a little googling and yes, both get new coat of arms to reflect their new position.

https://mobile.twitter.com/CoutureRo...20791175544834

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https://images.app.goo.gl/7XGsQU5GELwBqXB17
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https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/File...s_of_Wales.svg

Moderators, would you mind to change it accordingly?

(And since Harry is now son of monarch, there's a slight change in his coat of arms as well)
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Old 09-27-2022, 09:03 AM
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Just wondering, since William and Catherine are now the Prince and Princess of Wales, wouldn't they suppose to get new arms? These one are the one from after they married, right? With William as the eldest son of the heir apparent. And now since he's the heir apparent himself shouldn't the coronet change or maybe as the Prince of Wales he gets his father's old arms?
Yes, at some point soon he will likely start using arms with the coronet of the Prince of Wales, a plain white label, and the Welsh inescutcheon with the coronet on it. This will also be reflected on Catherine's arms.

Someone has already uploaded Catherine's arms to the Wikimedia Commons with the relevant changes, though I don't believe they have yet been used officially.
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The Prince and Princess of Wales in Wales today, September 27:


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** dm article: Prince and Princess of Wales make first visit to the nation with their new titles..**


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There are some adorable photos in the DM article when Catherine is presented with a posy by a very expressive little boy named Theo.
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Old 09-27-2022, 09:43 AM
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I'm so glad one of their first engagements as Prince and Princess of Wales is to visit Wales.
Yes my thoughts too and lovely to see them in Wales today
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Old 09-27-2022, 09:54 AM
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I'm so glad one of their first engagements as Prince and Princess of Wales is to visit Wales.


Yes. It was a good decision imo.

The photos of the little boy meeting them are adorable.

Also- I can not imagine all the work that is having to go into the new roles now. That’s a lot of overnight change. There were plans, of course. But- still. This must be a lot of work for everyone.
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Prince of Wales: Majority back title for Prince William but investiture proves unpopular


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Although the majority (66%) of those surveyed support the*Prince of Wales*title being given to Prince William, only 19% want to see a ceremony for him to match the one held for his father.

The latest YouGov poll, conducted for ITV Cymru Wales and Cardiff University, shows the public back the new Prince of Wales, with 74% of respondents believing Prince William will do a good job.

In a survey of 1,014 people aged 16 and over, 13% thought Prince William would make a bad Prince of Wales and the remaining 13% didn't know either way.

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Most likely this will mean more frequent visit to Wales for the couple, maybe they'll even start holidaying somewhere in Wales too.
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Most likely this will mean more frequent visit to Wales for the couple, maybe they'll even start holidaying somewhere in Wales too.
This very much seems in line with the briefing from the Palace that one should not necessarily expect an investiture.
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Wasn’t Catherine’s very first royal engagement as a fiancee also visiting a lifeboat in Wales?
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Wasn’t Catherine’s very first royal engagement as a fiancee also visiting a lifeboat in Wales?
I think that is correct.
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Most likely this will mean more frequent visit to Wales for the couple, maybe they'll even start holidaying somewhere in Wales too.
I read somewhere that the couple has occasionally spent private holidays in Wales over the years. It would be nice, and I think well received, if the family started spending the occasional working holiday in Wales, something genuinely enjoyable for the children and not too intense, but more visible than a totally private vacation.
They’re building from a strong base in that they have familiarity and a seemingly genuine affection for Wales to go along with the titles.
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Technically, per the poll, 49% want some sort of investiture. Charles's investiture was not the standard practice. The grand medieval ceremony was concocted for him at that time. I do see a much simpler investiture happening, with a visit to the Welsh assembly, and the focus of that day being more on Wales.
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Most likely this will mean more frequent visit to Wales for the couple, maybe they'll even start holidaying somewhere in Wales too.
What's the problem with an investiture?
I still believe that an investiture will be made. Perhaps simpler than the one Charles had.
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What's the problem with an investiture?
I still believe that an investiture will be made. Perhaps simpler than the one Charles had.
Well, according to this Telegraph article from two weeks ago:
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The Prince must also decide on arrangements for his investiture as Prince of Wales, which is scheduled to happen after the King’s coronation and is likely to be next year.

William will become only the third Prince of Wales to be invested in Wales itself, and is said to favour a more low-key ceremony than the one at Caernarfon Castle for his father in 1969.

One possibility is that the investiture could take place at Cardiff Cathedral, and a decision must also be taken on the role of the Princess of Wales in the ceremony, as no Prince of Wales in recent history has inherited the title while married.

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And please with no ping-pong balls.
You know what, I think the sole reason William decides not to have his father's like investiture is because he doesn't want to ever be documented wearing that coronet
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I think there will be some kind of official event to commemorate William receiving the principality, but I don't think it will be an investiture, especially if it comes after the coronation and he has already worn the coronet and done his homage to his father there.
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