劍橋公爵夫人

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劍橋公爵夫人(英語:Duchess of Cambridge)是一種主要的名譽頭銜英语Courtesy titles in the United Kingdom,用以稱呼劍橋公爵的夫人。該頭銜於結婚時正式獲得。

劍橋公爵夫人
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在歷史上的8名劍橋公爵中,有5名從未結婚,因此目前只有3名劍橋公爵夫人,包含現任劍橋公爵威廉王子的夫人凱薩琳

歷任劍橋公爵夫人编辑

擁有此頭銜的3名劍橋公爵夫人(包含獲得該頭銜的日期)如下:

肖像 姓名 出生日期 結婚日期 獲得頭銜日期 配偶 失去頭銜日期 逝世日期
  安斯巴赫的卡羅琳公主[a] 1683年3月1日 1705年8月22日 1706年11月9日 喬治·奧古斯圖斯王子 1727年6月11日
其丈夫繼任為喬治二世
而成為王后
1737年11月20日
  黑森-卡塞爾的奧古斯塔[b] 1797年7月25日 1818年5月7日 阿道弗斯王子 1889年4月6日
  劍橋公爵夫人凱薩琳[c] 1982年1月9日 2011年4月29日 威廉王子 現任

註解编辑

  1. ^ 卡羅琳於1714至1727年間也是威爾斯王妃,之後成為大不列顛與愛爾蘭王后;其丈夫為喬治二世,他們的孫子則為喬治三世
  2. ^ Augusta of Hesse-Kassel was the daughter of Prince Frederick of Hesse-Kassel and Princess Caroline of Nassau-Usingen. His grandmother was Princess Mary of Great Britain, daughter of King George II of Great Britain. She was the wife of Prince Adolphus, Duke of Cambridge.
  3. ^ Catherine Middleton is the daughter of Michael Francis Middleton and Carole Goldsmith. Her great-grandmother was Olive Middleton (née Lupton) who grew up at her family's Potternewton Hall Estate, near Leeds, as had her father and his first cousin Baroness von Schunck (née Kate Lupton). The Duchess's husband is Prince William, Duke of Cambridge.[1][2][3][4][5][6] Her Middleton relatives were reported as having played host to British royalty "as long ago as 1926".[7][8]

參考文獻编辑

  1. ^ Rayner, Gordon. 'Middle-class' Duchess of Cambridge's relative wore crown and attended George V's coronation. UK Daily Telegraph. 13 September 2013 [29 September 2016]. (原始内容存档于2016-04-26). Two of her father Michael’s relations were baronesses who were invited to successive coronations, and one of them, Baroness Airedale, was photographed wearing a coronet and ceremonial robes on the day of George V’s coronation in 1911.....some of the family wealth trickled down to the Duchess and her siblings through trust funds set up decades ago to pay for the education of members of the family 
  2. ^ Kate Middleton Biography Duchess (1982-). A&E Television Networks, LLC. [29 September 2016]. (原始内容存档于2016-10-01). It was on this job at British Airways that Carole met Michael Middleton, a dispatcher, whose wealthy family hails from Leeds and which has ties to British aristocracy. 
  3. ^ Smith, Sean. Kate - A Biography of Kate Middleton. Simon and Schuster. 24 May 2011 [1 May 2016]. (原始内容存档于2018-11-16). ...family trusts were set up over 100 years ago..."(Middleton's ) family were upper-middle-class observed a family friend"... 
  4. ^ Gutteridge, Nick. PICTURED: Kate's great grandmother and her own extraordinary contribution to Britain's war. Daily Express (UK). 2 July 2016 [9 July 2016]. (原始内容存档于2019-10-21). She (Olive Middleton, née Lupton) grew up in opulent surroundings at the family's ancestral seat of Potternewton Hall Estate, near Leeds in Yorkshire, after being born into one of the pre-eminent families of her time. 
  5. ^ Gutteridge, Nick. Kate's hero relative died at the Somme after signing up to fight alongside Diana's grandad. Daily Express. 2 July 2016 [2 July 2016]. (原始内容存档于2020-07-16). During the war Olive herself served as a volunteer nurse at Gledhow Hall, the ancestral seat of her cousin, Baroness Airedale, which had been converted into a field hospital....Baroness Airedale, (pictured), worked alongside her cousin, Olive Middleton, Kate's great-grandmother... 
  6. ^ Reed, Michael. Gledhow Hall. House and Heritage - David Poole. 2016 [15 August 2016]. (原始内容存档于2016-09-06). 
  7. ^ Wilson, Christopher. The Middletons deserve a title, step forward the Earl and Countess of Fairfax. UK Daily Telegraph. 26 July 2013 [24 June 2016]. (原始内容存档于2016-05-07). As long ago as 1926, the Middleton family played host to the Queen's aunt, Princess Mary and another relative ... was a friend of George V 
  8. ^ Headrow, Permanent House. Leodis – a Photographic Archive of Leeds. City of Leeds UK Gov. [24 June 2016]. (原始内容存档于2016-07-01). As Chairman of the Leeds General Infirmary, Henry (Dubs Middleton) had played host to Princess Mary when she visited the Leeds General Infirmary in 1932