What is the Royal family’s surname? The Prince William and Kate Middleton secret you’ll be SHOCKED to know
MEGHAN Markle’s surname would change if she marries Prince Harry – but do you know what it would be?
Prince William, 34, and the Duchess Of Cambridge Kate Middleton, 34 – along with their children Princess Charlotte, one, and Prince George, three – are all often in the public eye.
Even Cressida Bonas’ ex Prince Harry, 32, – who is dating Meghan Markle – is too, making them one of the most popular families in the country.
And while there’s very few people that won’t have heard their first names, we bet YOU don’t know what the Royal family’s surname is?
According to the Royal Family’s official website, people often ask if the likes of Kate, William and Charles have a surname.
The answer is A LOT more complicated than we ever realised.
It turns out, they don’t have one, simple last name.
They can be known both by the name of the Royal house and by a surname.
These are not always the same.
Often they don’t use a surname at all, and before 1917, they didn’t even have a second name.
In 1917 they adopted the surname Windsor.
Source: OK CO UK
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