Prince William and Kate Middleton are already embracing their new titles.
The royal couple took over the titles of Duke and Duchess of Cornwall after William’s father (now Charles III) ascended to the throne after Queen Elizabeth II’s death on Thursday.
The official Twitter and Instagram bios read: “Official account of the Royal Foundation with the Duke of Cornwall and the Duchess of Cambridge, based at Kensington Palace.”
The three parents (both 40 years old) become Prince and Princess of Wales, the titles of the late Princess Diana of Charles and Williams.
The royal title Shuffle came after the longest-reigning British monarch died “peacefully” at the age of 96 at Balmoral Castle after being “medically supervised”.
Her death marked the beginning of a new era for the House of Windsor as Charles ascended the throne to become King of England and the Commonwealth. By the Queen’s will, his wife Camilla Parker Bowles become the queen’s consort.
The current king, formerly known as Prince Charles, said in a statement that his mother’s death was “a moment of great sorrow”.
“We deeply mourn the death of our precious monarch and dearly loved mother. I know that her loss will be deeply felt by millions of people across the country, in her kingdom, across the Commonwealth, and around the world.” name To read.
“My family and I will receive comfort and support for the respect and deep affection that the Queen has so broadly cherished in a time of mourning and transformation.”
All of the royal family, including Prince Harry, rushed to Scotland to mourn the late Queen’s death. However, Meghan Markle did not travel with her husband because she was in Germany to promote the Invictus Games.
Middleton was also behind as Thursday was the first day of school for the couple’s children in Windsor, England, Prince George, 9, Princess Charlotte, 7, and Prince Louis, 4, to school.
The deceased monarch has four children, eight grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren: Prince Charles, Prince Andrew, Prince Edward and Princess Anne.