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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Style_(manner_of_address)

A style of office or honorific is an official or legally recognized title. A style, by tradition or law, .... oral address first Your Majesty and then Sire and for Queen first Your Majesty and then ... His/Her Apostolic Majesty (abbreviation HAM, oral address Your Apostolic Majesty) – the King of Hungary, usually styled Imperial Majesty ...

www.formsofaddress.info/King_Queen.html

How to Address a King or Queen This format, based on the English form used for the monarch of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, ...

www.wikihow.com/Address-Royalty

Three Methods:Addressing Royalty in PersonAddressing a Letter to .... Alternatively, you might consider addressing the king and queen separately and then ...

www.royal.uk/greeting-member-royal-family

There are no obligatory codes of behaviour when meeting The Queen or a ... On presentation to The Queen, the correct formal address is 'Your Majesty' and ...

sandradodd.com/ideas/etiquette4.html

King and Queen Your Majesty or Your Royal Majesty. Under some formal circumstances (for example, a knight in fealty giving a speech) "my Lord" or "My Liege" ...

www.macmillandictionary.com/us/thesaurus-category/american/royal-titles

a title that the first daughter of the British king or queen is sometimes given ... used for addressing or referring to a member of a royal family, especially a prince or ...

abcnews.go.com/Politics/International/story?id=7228105

Apr 1, 2009 ... As the Obamas meet the queen of England, ABC News sheds light on ... is how does one address the fourth longest-reigning British monarch?

writing-skills.com/writing-to-the-queen-and-other-titles

Ever wondered about the etiquette of address in letters? Write Now reader Joanne King asked us for a guide to using salutations and 'Yours sincerely/ faithfully' ...

history.stackexchange.com/questions/12617/when-did-it-become-customary-to-address-the-king-queen-of-england-as-majesty

Apr 25, 2014 ... Henry VIII and Queen Elizabeth I were often addressed as 'Your Grace' ... but that is not a direct address (it says "his lordschipe and mageste").