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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Forms_of_address_in_the_United_Kingdom

Position, On envelopes, Salutation in letter, Oral address. King, HM The King, Your Majesty, Your Majesty, and thereafter as "Sire".

www.wikihow.com/Address-Royalty

If you're writing a letter to royalty, your salutation needs to be slightly more formal than a regular letter.

www.debretts.com/expertise/forms-of-address/addressing-the-royal-family

Debrett's expertise and essential guidelines to forms of address with a focus on ... If communicating directly with a member of the Royal Family the letter should ...

www.thecrownchronicles.co.uk/explanation/guide-how-to-write-to-the-royal-family-queen-william-kate-harry

Sep 24, 2015 ... The Crown Chronicles - History from across the centuries, Royalty ... You may include the address you are sending your letter to on the left, ...

www.princeofwales.gov.uk/for-children/write-a-letter

How to write a letter to a member of the Royal Family! Sometimes ... Make sure you include your address and postcode so that you get a reply. You will be sent a  ...

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Jul 28, 2014 ... A Prince is addressed as "Your Royal Highness" followed by his ... are not in Middle eastern Royalty simply by the letter preceding their name: ...

www.formsofaddress.info/INT.html

In my book I cover forms of address for current royalty and nobility, but not former .... An official letter is addressed with the academic post-nominal abbreviation:

www.theroyalarticles.com/articles/65/1/Protocol-and-Etiquette-a-Very-Royal-Perspective/Page1.html

Nov 21, 2008 ... ... or curtsey to the accepted form of address and the order of precedence, ... letters meet with Debrett's approval (in fact the Royal Household ...

www.english-spanish-translator.org/english-language-topics/13732-how-address-members-royalty.html

I was wondering how I should write a letter to an important member of royalty, let's say a princess. I thought of following this pattern, but I'd like.

www.formsofaddress.info/King_Queen.html

The King and Queen of (country/people) (Address). Letter salutation: ... sign of fealty from a subject of the royal chief of state -- such as an actual bow or curtsy