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Did the queen approve of her grand-niece Lady Davina’s marriage or did Lady Davina renounce her titl

Author : Lili

Submitted : 2018-02-26 01:03:14    Popularity:     

Tags: grand  niece  queen  approve  Lady  

There is no connection. Davina is the daughter of an Earl; “lady” is the lowest title she can have. But I think you meant to ask a different question. And I’

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There is no connection. Davina is the daughter of an Earl; “lady” is the lowest title she can have. But I think you meant to ask a different question. And I’m sure the Queen did not raise any objections.

You don't lose an aristocratic courtesy title for not having asked the monarch for permission to marry. The only thing you can lose is your place in the line of succession. You can keep any courtesy titles you have. The Duke of Kent's sons married Catholics and lost their places in the line of succession before that law was changed, but they kept their courtesy titles

Even at the time, before more recent changes in the succession law, Lady Davina was too far down in the line of succession really to need the Queen's permission, but most of her relatives did and do ask for it just out of politeness, even if it's pretty meaningless.

Her sister Lady Rose also made a formal request.

"The right of veto vested in the sovereign by this act provoked severe adverse criticism at the time of its passage.[2][3] It was repealed on 26 March 2015 as a result of the 2011 Perth Agreement. Its provisions were replaced by more limited restrictions that apply only to the first six people in the line of succession (currently Prince Charles, Prince William, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, Prince Harry, and Prince Andrew)."

Being 28th in line, means that she didn't need to ask the Queen's permission to marry. Only the first six in line to the throne need the Queen's permission to marry. She may have asked the Queen out of respect but, she certainly didn't need to.

Yes the Queen approved it as was required by law. Lady Davina is a direct descendant of George II and was subject to the Royal Marriages Act 1772 at the time of her wedding to Gary Lewis in 2004. Without consent she would not have lost her place in the succession, but her children would. The last person the Queen approved under the law was Juliet Nicolson, a distant cousin, descendant of Queen Victoria and over 300th in the succession, when she married Simon Rood. (The law has since been changed as the family has enlarged: it is now restricted to the first six in the succession.)

Incidentally, Lady Davina has no title to renounce, hers is an honorary title as the daughter of a duke, which she still uses, and she was never HRH. She is currently 28th in line for the throne, and is a first cousin (once removed) to the Queen, she is the same generation as Prince Charles.

Consent was requested and given in accordance with the Royal Marriages Act which was in force at the time. Lady Davina and her children have always had succession rights



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