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ady Louise is official Lady Louise Mountbatten-Windsor but it is usually shortened to Windsor. I believe that was announecd at her birth. But when shen was a flowergirl at the royal wedding in 2011 Mountbatten-Windsor was used.
His mother has already done so. The Royal dynasty remains the House of Windsor but the non-royal descendants of the Queen and Duke have the name Mountbatten-Windsor. So she's included the name. Be it that the only one of their descendants carrying that familyname at present is Archie.
Louise and James are technically Royal due to the LP of George V so only use Windsor. When viscount Severn has children they will be Mountbatten-Windsor as well. Quite fitting for a future Duke of Edinburgh.
Wouldn't it be a fist if Charles decided to honour his grandmother by including her family's name in the name of his dynasty?
The House remained Hannover till Victoria's death in 1901, as she was the last hannoverian reigning monarch in the UK.
Edward VII was the first monarch from the Saxe-Coburg-House, followed by his son George V until this one changed the house name to Windsor in 1917 due to anti-german feelings.
Mind you, it took him 3 years to figure out that !
What Charles will call himself is the million dollar question. Either remain Windsor or change to Windsor-Mountbatten.
When the reign of Anne ended in Britain, the House of Hanover came to the throne? Did the house remain Hanover until Victoria married Albert? What was the name after that event? Now, monarchs and their families have been calling themselves Windsors. Is that designation soon to end?
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