Forms of address used in the United Kingdom are given below. For further
information on ... His/Her Majesty: HM; His/Her Royal Highness: HRH; His/Her
Grace: HG; The Noble:TN; The Most Honourable: Th...
... of royal manners. This royal protocol applies whether you are meeting her
majestry or the President. ... Royal Etiquette: This is how we should greet the
So you would like to know how to address Royalty, should you by chance, have
... There are various degrees of royalty, or rather, aristocracy. ... Greet Someone ...
www.ask.com/youtube?q=How to Greet Royalty&v=HiYAU6vs8XI
May 6, 2009 ... Etiquette expert Jacqueline Whitmore discusses "royalty etiquette" with CNN's
Anderson Cooper as the President and Mrs. Obama prepare to ...
Though you are unlikely to cross paths with royalty the next time you are buying
groceries or going to a nightclub, it is a good idea to be prepared even for rare ...
Mar 3, 2011 ... LESSON ONE: Greeting Royalty. Prince William has grown up meeting foreign
dignitaries and royalty from all over the world. 'It's a way of life ...
There is no accepted code of behaviour for encounters with royalty, but adhering
to the traditional forms of address will prevent anxiety. When you meet The ...
Apr 1, 2009 ... Royal Etiquette: Do's and Don'ts When Meeting Her Majesty. By HUMA ... The
formal greeting for a U.S. president is simply "Mr. President.".
There are several ways to interact with Royalty in the SCA. We will take a look at
these a bit at a ... instead of "Greetings, Your Majesty!" ruins the Royal image).
How to Greet someone in Britain. The Handshake. A handshake is the most
common form of greeting among the English and British people and is customary