Prince William and Kate Middleton’s children will have their surnames altered in the near future…
This huge change will be one of many for Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis.
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Now, the British royal family is one of the most famous families in the world.
Yes, even more famous than our beloved Kardashians.
And there are always some members of the family people tend to warm to most.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, or William and Kate, as we know them best, are the firm favorites of the younger, more modern monarchy.
Following their lavish, and highly documented royal wedding in 2011, Wills and Kate were thrown into the media spotlight.
And we still can’t get enough of them.
Their story is very sweet…
William, who is the son of Prince Charles and in line for the throne, met Kate at the University of St Andrew’s in Scotland in 2001.
And then, 9 years after they met each other, something incredible happened.
Their engagement was announced in 2010.
And just 3 years later, there was a new edition welcomed to the royal family.
In July 2013, Prince George Alexander Louis of Cambridge was born, becoming the third in line to the throne of Great Britain.
Kate emerged from St. Mary’s hospital in London in a blue polka dot dress, which many saw as a fitting tribute to Princess Diana, who wore a similar spotty attire herself some thirty-one years earlier.
Oh, but their family didn’t stop growing there.
Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana was born in May 2015, just under 2 years after her older brother.
Princess Charlotte became the first female royal to retain her claim to the throne, despite having a younger brother.
Before the Succession to the Crown Act 2013, the birth of a son meant that he would leap over any older daughters in the line of succession.
But, Princess Charlotte hasn’t been ruled out by gender.
So, Prince Louis remains fifth-in-line to the throne, while Charlotte is fourth-in-line behind her older brother, Prince George.
And we think that’s why everyone loves Prince William and the wonderful Kate.
Because they really are paving the path to a more modern monarchy.
I mean we all remember the iconic pictures of Kate in her student fashion show.
Since becoming the Duchess, Kate’s style has evolved into something unparalleled.
But that’s not all, they’ve both grown into their roles as head royals…
And even through the difficult times over the last few years, they have shown true decorum in their actions.
It hasn’t been easy for Kate and William, especially after Harry and Meghan left the royal family.
But through it all, they have continued without faltering, and their fans have backed them all the way.
The relationship between Prince Harry and Prince William is still very strained…
And the distance between the 2 brothers doesn’t help.
They briefly put their differences aside for big family moments, such as Prince Philip’s funeral…
Or when they reunited this summer to unveil the memorial statue in honor of their late mother, Princess Diana.
But it doesn’t seem to have led to any improvements in their relationship.
A tweet by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge did suggest the rift is behind them…
“Happy Birthday Prince Harry!” the pair wrote on their social media account…
Along with a touching photo of Harry.
Although their message was short and sweet, fans seem to revel in the high level of class the royal couple has shown despite recent family feuds.
And now, Will and Kate’s children have become the talk of the town…
It seems Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis, known as the Cambridge children, will be getting a name change.
They are set to have their surname changed from Cambridge to Wales.
This is because when Prince Charles, currently Prince of Wales, takes the throne as King, Prince William will then become Prince of Wales.
Changing his ‘Duke of Cambridge’ title that was given to him by the Queen when he married Kate Middleton.
It is expected that Kate Middleton will also take on the Princess of Wales title.
So just like their parents, the children will take on the surname of Wales.