“One of the reasons [Kate Middleton] still gets used is there are just so many different titles and what have you in the family, that I don’t think every ordinary person knows [the difference between them],” Perry told Complicating matters even more, her is usually listed as “princess”; when William filled out Charlotte’s birth certificate, in fact, he listed his wife’s occupation as just that. As was suggested by the previous Google search results, American Internet users know her, primarily, as “Kate Middleton.” When most Americans are unwinding from a busy day at work—lounging in athletic shorts on their couches, not having made it to the gym—they are typing “Kate Middleton,” not “Duchess of Cambridge,” into their phones, to see what she is up to and what she’s been wearing.
Kate, however, will never actually, technically become a princess, since she was not born royal. ), it seems we most often default to what we always used to use. Another key element that has led to the continued use of “Kate Middleton,” on the part of the U. And, correspondingly, while you’ll see publishers attempt a “Duchess Kate” here and there, it is very rare to see her referred to exclusively as the “Duchess of Cambridge” in an article or post. K., or that “perhaps it’s simply because she’s a British duchess,” as opposed to an American one (our only Duchess here, of course, is a member of the Black Eyed Peas). We can have that more casual relationship to them.”THE FUTURE.
But this has not stopped outlets like Magazine from opting to refer to her as “Princess Kate,” regardless. (Of course, none of this stops commenters from letting Internet publishers know that they are displeased with the choice to continue to refer to her as “Kate Middleton.”)Rebecca English noted that most British newspapers refer to her as “the Duchess of Cambridge” (at least on first reference), suggesting that our love of the “Kate Middleton” moniker may be due to the U. Chernock said, “There’s a lack of deference [in the U. As mentioned previously, Kate will never actually, depressingly, be gifted with that “princess” title; however, when Charles takes over as king, and William becomes Duke of Cornwall, he will likely also be given the title of Prince of Wales (that would be at the discretion of King Charles). (This was the same way Diana’s title was treated when she was married to Charles.) But English suggested that a “sea-change” will likely take place at that point, anyway, and she would start to be known as “Princess Kate” or “Princess of Wales,” in the same way that Diana became known as Princess Di when Charles was in that role.
But Kate is “Princess William of Wales”—in fact, that would have been her only title, had she not been bestowed the “Duchess of Cambridge” distinction.
*People’*s lead royal correspondent Simon Perry assessed that this lack of clarity could be leading people, who do not necessarily keep up with ins and outs of royal titles, to just stick with the name they know.
Kate is the friend who was sitting with you at your cafeteria table.
We knew her then, and we’ve followed her life since.T and the Women with her real-life best friend Liv Tyler.Her other film credits include, Raising Helen (Hayden Panettiere), The Skeleton Key and You, Me and Dupree, where she met Wilson.While it is not impossible to shift what you’re known as to the general public (as “Diddy” can attest to), it is never exactly an easy feat to pull off, either. Another issue here is that, even though her official title is “Duchess of Cambridge,” sure, there is some confusion, among the public, as to what she actually is supposed to be called, at least according to the Palace.When she was married, her title became “Her Royal Highness, The Duchess of Cambridge” (though, amusingly, when she enters Scotland, her title changes to “Her Royal Highness, The Countess of Strathearn”).Needless to say, though, they were pretty much ignored! “I don’t think Kate and William are going to protest too loudly,” she said.