Friday, December 11, 2015

Fact of the Day: Lady Princess

For many centuries, even the daughters of kings were not called princesses. Before the title of princess became common, most female royals had the title of Lady. 

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  1. Interesting but what centuries?
    Henry V111's two daughters were called Princesses Mary (born 1516) and Elizabeth (born 1533) - so it must have been way, way back.
    B J Hunnicut aka Colin

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    1. Yep - I have been searching on Wiki and the 1300's does look about the era. Thanks for the reply, appreciated.
      Let's hope your readers NOTE???? !!!!!!
      Colin

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  2. That makes sense since I've read a few historical romances where the women are all called Lady Mary or Lady Genevieve.

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  3. I had no idea about that..too common then at that time..

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  4. Yes I did know that. I love the facts you come up with.

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  5. Here's one I did know. LOL
    and, yes, Adam, I do indeed have a Father Christmas...since he isn't a Santa, he gets a post all his own...I may work on it today..

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  6. Interesting. I don't had idea Adam!!

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  7. Nothing like sticking to the obvious titles

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  9. Didn't know that. Interesting.Thanks!

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  10. I agree that it must have been a very long time ago.

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  11. Cool!!! I didn't know it!


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