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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.

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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  ...

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/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:

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A letter from the Queen to Team GB that our fabulous dancers Molly and Chloe were an integral part of. ... You can write to Her Majesty at the following address:.

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Jul 28, 2014 ... Middle East - Etiquette of Addressing Royals ... royal and those who are not in Middle eastern Royalty simply by the letter preceding their name: ...

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