Styles of Address

The Royal Family

Dignitary Salutation Final Salutation In Conversation

Her Majesty The Queen
Buckingham Palace
London SW1A 1AA
United Kingdom
Note: The Queen's full title is "Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, Queen of Canada." Normally one refers to "Her Majesty The Queen" or "The Queen."

Your Majesty:

I remain Your Majesty's faithful and devoted servant,

"Your Majesty" first, then "Ma'am"

His Royal Highness The Prince Philip,
Duke of Edinburgh
Buckingham Palace
London SW1A 1AA
United Kingdom
Note: Normally one refers to "His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh" or "The Duke of Edinburgh."

Your Royal Highness:

Yours very truly,

"Your Royal Highness" first, then "Sir"

His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales
Clarence House
London SW1A 1BA
United Kingdom
Note: Should never be referred as "Charles, Prince of Wales" or "Prince Charles.”

Your Royal Highness:

Yours very truly,

"Your Royal Highness" first, then "Sir"

His Royal Highness The Duke of York
Buckingham Palace
London SW1A 1AA
United Kingdom
Note: Should never be referred as "Andrew, Duke of York" or "Prince Andrew."

Your Royal Highness:

Yours very truly,

"Your Royal Highness" first, then "Sir"

His Royal Highness The Earl of Wessex
Buckingham Palace
London SW1A 1AA
United Kingdom

Your Royal Highness:
or
Lord Wessex:

Yours very truly,

"Your Royal Highness" first, then "Sir"

Her Royal Highness Sophie, Countess of Wessex
Buckingham Palace
London SW1A 1AA
United Kingdom

Your Royal Highness:

Yours very truly,

"Your Royal Highness" first, then "Ma'am"

Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal
Buckingham Palace
London SW1A 1AA
United Kingdom
Note: Should never be referred as "Princess Anne."

Your Royal Highness:

Yours very truly,

"Your Royal Highness" first, then "Ma'am"

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