How to Formally Address British Royalty and Aristocracy in Person?

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To formally address British Royalty and aristocracy in person you are not expected to bow before them if you are not the member of the commonwealth. Do not extend your hand before they offer theirs first. You should also use the 'sir' or 'madam' titles in a formal conversation and avoid waving your hands while speaking.
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