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Marilyn Braun


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I can answer questions on British Royalty from Queen Victoria's time to the present.

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A life long interest in British Royalty.


I have acted as a royalty expert on and I currently answer royalty questions on Yahoo Answers. I also update royalty articles on Wikipedia.


I have my own royalty blog called Marilyn's Royal Blog: I have written articles on royal weddings, births, engagement rings, protocol, as well as short royal profiles. I have also appeared on CBC Newsworld, CTV News, BBC Radio, CBC Radio.


A lifelong interest in the topic and over 400 books on the subject.

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2016-02-24 Charles forfeiting he throne?:

Hi James,    Thanks for your question.     Although Edward and Charles' situations may seem similar at first, they are very different. Edward was already King while Charles is still heir. Unlike Edward

2013-09-06 duchess or princess:

Hi Joyce,    Actually Prince Charles has several titles:    Although there has been a lot of discussion in the media regarding

2013-09-05 duchess or princess:

Hi Joyce,    Camilla's titles are a bit more complicated.     Like Catherine, Diana, as well as the Countess of Wessex, Duchess of Gloucester and Kent, Camilla is also a princess by marriage. However,

2013-09-04 duchess or princess:

Hi Joyce,    There is a difference between being a princess by birth versus a princess by marriage.    For example. Princess Beatrice of York, as a male line grandchild of the sovereign, is a princess

2013-08-31 duchess or princess:

Hi Joyce,    Thank you for your question.    When royal ladies marry, they take on the title of their husband. So in Diana's case, because she married Prince Charles, who is Prince of Wales, she became


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