Styled, perhaps not, but you donít have to be styled something to be something (like how the Duchesses of Cambridge and of Sussex are princesses of the United Kingdom, despite not being styled as such and despite that territorial designation being implied).
If George VI was king of the British dominions I would venture to say he could be considered king of each of those dominions implicitly.
There may not have been a Kingdom of India but one could say there was a kingdom of India. Likewise, Canada today isnít formally The Kingdom of Canada but it is a kingdom because it has a queen.
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