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A question about the Queen taking back a title from a royal

 
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A question about the Queen taking back a title from a royal
"Prince Harry is feeling disappointed after his and Meghan Markle’s royal patronages were officially removed by Queen Elizabeth II on Friday."


I wondered what that means? Does that word patronages mean money they were paid so they did not have to work for a living? Or was it just the title they cannot use anymore.
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02/23/2021 04:07 AM
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Re: A question about the Queen taking back a title from a royal
They were stripped of their royalty. I.E disowned
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02/23/2021 04:07 AM
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Re: A question about the Queen taking back a title from a royal
The Queen and other Members of the Royal Family lend their names and much of their time to many different charities and organisations. Currently, over 3,000 organisations list a member of the Royal Family as their patron or president. These range from well-known charities such as the British Red Cross to new, smaller charities like the Reedham Children's Trust, to regiments in the Armed Forces

Members of the Royal Family have links with hundreds of charities, military associations, professional bodies and public service organisations. Some are well known, while others may be smaller bodies working in a very specialist area or on a local basis only.

Having a Royal patron or president provides vital publicity for the work of these organisations, and allows their enormous achievements and contributions to society to be recognised.

Every member of the Royal Family receives hundreds of requests each year from organisations asking for their support. Royal patronages add status to an organisation, and visits and involvement from a Royal Patron can often bring much needed publicity.

For this reason, members of the Royal Family tend to limit their patronages to a manageable number to ensure that they can give each organisation a significant amount of their time. The exceptions to this are The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh who hold over a thousand Patronages between them, many of which were inherited from previous Monarchs.

The Queen’s patronage carries the most weight, and Her Majesty receives the most requests for patronages of all the members of the Royal Family.


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02/23/2021 04:24 AM
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Re: A question about the Queen taking back a title from a royal
The Queen and other Members of the Royal Family lend their names and much of their time to many different charities and organisations. Currently, over 3,000 organisations list a member of the Royal Family as their patron or president. These range from well-known charities such as the British Red Cross to new, smaller charities like the Reedham Children's Trust, to regiments in the Armed Forces

Members of the Royal Family have links with hundreds of charities, military associations, professional bodies and public service organisations. Some are well known, while others may be smaller bodies working in a very specialist area or on a local basis only.

Having a Royal patron or president provides vital publicity for the work of these organisations, and allows their enormous achievements and contributions to society to be recognised.

Every member of the Royal Family receives hundreds of requests each year from organisations asking for their support. Royal patronages add status to an organisation, and visits and involvement from a Royal Patron can often bring much needed publicity.

For this reason, members of the Royal Family tend to limit their patronages to a manageable number to ensure that they can give each organisation a significant amount of their time. The exceptions to this are The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh who hold over a thousand Patronages between them, many of which were inherited from previous Monarchs.

The Queen’s patronage carries the most weight, and Her Majesty receives the most requests for patronages of all the members of the Royal Family.


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Thank you for the information and your kind response.
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02/23/2021 04:31 AM
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Re: A question about the Queen taking back a title from a royal
They haven’t lost their titles. The Queen had no choice to strip patronages as they’ve decided to step back from official duties. Being a privileged royal wasn’t enough it seems. They want the fame and money without the responsibility.
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Re: A question about the Queen taking back a title from a royal
They haven’t lost their titles. The Queen had no choice to strip patronages as they’ve decided to step back from official duties. Being a privileged royal wasn’t enough it seems. They want the fame and money without the responsibility.
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Nail on the head. And the Oprah interview is the final straw for the Queen. Not only do they want the privileges without putting in any effort, they want to diss the ones who are giving them the privileges!
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In less than a year they have succeeded in brainwashing almost all the population of the planet into thinking that all their fellow humans are infected. No other takeover of the mind was achieved so quickly on so many people.
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02/23/2021 05:33 AM
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Re: A question about the Queen taking back a title from a royal
Halfwit Hewitt and Me-gain should be banned from entering Britain.
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02/23/2021 05:36 AM
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Re: A question about the Queen taking back a title from a royal
Halfwit Hewitt and Me-gain should be banned from entering Britain.
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bert-facepalm yomama should be baned from letting her children use the internet!!!





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