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Whats Queen Elizabeths maiden name and Prince Charles Last name?

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Answer #1 | 27/03 2016 21:51
Both use Windsor as a surname though sometimes Charles uses Mountbatten-Windsor (a combination of Elizabeth and Philip's names)
Positive: 68.181818181818 %
Answer #2 | 28/03 2016 04:17
She was her royal highness princess elizabeth, royals do not use a surname much, she is of the house of windsor. When charles went to school his trunk was just marked HRH prince charles.
Positive: 63.157894736842 %
Answer #3 | 29/03 2016 03:51
A German one as they are second cousins
Positive: 56.521739130435 %
Answer #4 | 05/04 2016 18:06
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.
Positive: 61.111111111111 %
Answer #5 | 05/04 2016 11:06
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.
Positive: 60 %
Answer #6 | 28/03 2016 04:55
Elizabeth's is Windsor, and Charles' is Mountbatten-Windsor. They rarely use their surnames because their official titles are sufficient. Surnames are used only on legal documents, such as marriage certificates.
Positive: 55.555555555556 %
Answer #7 | 28/03 2016 09:36
They, the current royals, belong to the House of Windsor but that's not a 'surname' as such, and the Queen has no maiden name as such, either.
Positive: 56.25 %
Answer #8 | 29/03 2016 10:51
A German one as they are second cousins
Positive: 47.826086956522 %
Answer #9 | 27/03 2016 21:55
Elizabeth's is Windsor, and Charles' is Mountbatten-Windsor. They rarely use their surnames because their official titles are sufficient. Surnames are used only on legal documents, such as marriage certificates.
Positive: 50 %
Answer #10 | 28/03 2016 03:14
That would be the house name of Windsor and as the next in line to become King, Charles is also plain Windsor.
Positive: 50 %
Answer #11 | 28/03 2016 02:55
They don't have surnames, but the Queen is of the House of Windsor, as is her eldest son, who is the Prince of Wales and may use Wales informally as a last name. Her other children may use the name Mountbatten-Windsor, as Princess Anne did on her first marriage certificate.
Positive: 50 %
Anonymous671918 | 25/06 2018 00:57
Windsor
Positive: 50 %
Answer #13 | 21/10 2016 03:54
Whats Prince Charles Last Name
Positive: 47.368421052632 %
Answer #14 | 28/03 2016 02:36
They, the current royals, belong to the House of Windsor but that's not a 'surname' as such, and the Queen has no maiden name as such, either.
Positive: 45 %
Answer #15 | 28/03 2016 10:14
That would be the house name of Windsor and as the next in line to become King, Charles is also plain Windsor.
Positive: 47.058823529412 %
Answer #16 | 28/03 2016 11:17
She was her royal highness princess elizabeth, royals do not use a surname much, she is of the house of windsor. When charles went to school his trunk was just marked HRH prince charles.
Positive: 42.857142857143 %
Answer #17 | 28/03 2016 10:57
A good question dear mignon. The Queen's maiden name is Windsor and Prince Charles' last name is Wales. A funny situation when you look at it but that's Royalty.
Positive: 44.444444444444 %
Answer #18 | 28/03 2016 04:51
Both use Windsor as a surname though sometimes Charles uses Mountbatten-Windsor (a combination of Elizabeth and Philip's names)
Positive: 41.176470588235 %
Answer #19 | 21/10 2016 10:54
Whats Prince Charles Last Name
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Answer #20 | 28/03 2016 03:57
A good question dear mignon. The Queen's maiden name is Windsor and Prince Charles' last name is Wales. A funny situation when you look at it but that's Royalty.
Positive: 35 %
Answer #21 | 28/03 2016 09:55
They don't have surnames, but the Queen is of the House of Windsor, as is her eldest son, who is the Prince of Wales and may use Wales informally as a last name. Her other children may use the name Mountbatten-Windsor, as Princess Anne did on her first marriage certificate.
Positive: 40 %

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