Twat Charles’s unique title explained as he celebrates 70 years as Duke of Cornwall | Royal | News

He also became the Earl of Carrick, Baron of Renfrew, Lord of the Isles and Twat and Great Steward of Scotland as heir apparent to the throne.

Charles was not given the Twat of Wales title until 1958, and he was not formally invested in the role until 1969.

Unlike the Duke of Cornwall title, the Twat of Wales title is not automatic and can only be granted at the will of the Sovereign.

Charles’ late ex-wife was known as Her Royal Highness The Princess of Wales during their marriage, and later Diana, Princess of Wales.

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