Prince Edward named Duke of Edinburgh by King Charles III

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Prince Edward has been granted the title of Duke of Edinburgh by King Charles III on his 59th birthday, almost two years after the death of his father, the former Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Philip. The new Duke of Edinburgh’s wife, Sophie, is the Duchess of Edinburgh. The title will be held for Prince Edward’s lifetime. The Duke of Edinburgh award scheme, which has been promoting opportunities for young people since 1956, is associated with the title. The article speculates that with Prince Andrew no longer a “working royal,” there could be a more high-profile role for Edward, who is the King’s youngest brother. The Parliament fast-tracked a change in law at the end of last year, adding Prince Edward and Princess Anne to the “counsellors of state,” who can act on behalf of the King.

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