Kate Middleton won't be Duchess of Cambridge in the near future as royal rank changes
Kate Middleton won't be referred to as the Duchess of Cambridge in the near future - as the ranks of the royal family change along with the line of succession.
She has held the title for more than a decade after marrying Prince William in a lavish ceremony at Westminster Abbey in April 2011.
The mum-of-three has been known by the British public as a duchess since then, and has performed her duties in line with the high-ranking role.
But her husband, the Duke of Cambridge, is now second in line to the throne and there are big changes to come in the future.
It comes after rumours swirled in some royal circles that the Queen may make Prince Charles Regent.
We shouldn't be getting all too comfortable with Kate's title as she will be given not one but two new ones in the future, Kent Live reports.
Recent Royal events such as the passing of the late Prince Philip and Prince Charles' preparation for the throne have had the public thinking about the future of the monarchy.
There have …
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