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As the future king and queen consort, don't expect the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to be standing at the front of the chapel on the big day.
His inspiration: archival photos of pieces designed for Margherita of Savoy, the queen consort of Italy in the late 19th century.
The wives of British monarchs tend to receive the ceremonial title of queen—or, more specifically, queen consort.
For example, the Elizabeth's mother (also Elizabeth) became queen consort when her husband, George VI became King.
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