: commoners according to British law; they
: could both have run for - and been elected
: to - the lower house ...of Commons. Their
: fathers could not.
On that basis, a prince without a peerage title is a commoner. Do you really think that is the case? Is there a legal definition that "commoner = those being neither the monarch nor a peer"? I think not.
A dictionary definition of commoner is "an ordinary person without rank or title".
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