Position, On envelopes, Salutation in letter, Oral address. King, HM The King,
Your Majesty, Your Majesty, and thereafter as "Sire".
How to Formally Address British Royalty and Aristocracy in Person. A long history
of etiquette establishes how to show respect to a member of the British ...
Apr 28, 2016 ... On presentation to The Queen, the correct formal address is 'Your Majesty' and
subsequently 'Ma'am,' pronounced with a short 'a,' as in 'jam'.
On introduction and on leaving a bow or curtsy is made (see Addressing The
Queen). Men should ... Debrett's and Tatler School of Etiquette · Coming of Age ...
Royalty and Noble Titles Emperor Address: His Imperial Majesty (Name of
Emperor), Emperor of (Country) Salutation: Sir: or May it please Your Majesty:
There are several ways to interact with Royalty in the SCA. ... There are a variety
of forms of address that may be used when talking to or .... The Salutation.
Etiquette. Forms of Address Ælflæd of Duckford. This article was written for the ...
in al-Barran, here is a review of forms of address, with some real-life examples.
However, it is used only on envelopes, and is never spoken, even by a servant,
or used in the salutation of a letter. It is not even included on calling cards.
Aug 29, 2009 ... Sire was also a way to address those who were known to be of higher rank ...
Royal Majesty, if they were born of Royalty...for instance, Anne ... At the time I
believe "sire" was used; The etiquette being "better safe than sorry"!
Dec 4, 2014 ... How to greet Prince William, and other royal etiquette ... “It used to be that we
would say 'don't extend your hand to royalty,'” she said. “But this ...