Queen Elizabeth holds many titles as head of the Commonwealth and United Kingdom nations. Although she is worshiped all over the world, her coronation as Queen Elizabeth II in 1952 has caused much controversy in Scotland. Why did the Scots refuse to recognize Queen Elizabeth as the second monarch to bear this name?
Why is the title of Queen Elizabeth in Scotland different?
Queen Elizabeth has been on the throne for 65 years and has different titles, depending on the location. But as far as Scotland is concerned, the name of Queen Elizabeth II has created a huge scandal – which has not been improved over the years.
According to Express, the problem is that Queen Elizabeth, I've never
governed Scotland when she was on the throne. His reign came before Acts
of the Union, so it is understandable that the Scots are a little angry with the Queen
Title of Elizabeth II.
"The suggestion that there might be a Queen Elizabeth II was
considered totally inaccurate and unacceptable to many Scots ", author
David McLean shared.
In fact, royal mailboxes bearing the EIIR badges were vandalized across Scotland in 1952, and one was even destroyed by an explosion. To date, mailboxes in Scotland still do not bear the seal of His Majesty, which speaks volumes.
The controversy over the title of Elizabeth has even resurfaced in the modern era
as a result of calls to another independence movement in Scotland. There is no
say what will happen on this front, but Queen Elizabeth is not the only one
who is facing a crisis of the title in Scotland.
Will Prince William change his title also in Scotland?
When Queen Elizabeth II was crowned in 1952, Winston Churchill
argued that future kings and queens should be numbered in order after their
predecessors, whether they rule in England or Scotland.
That's why Elizabeth has adopted her official title and her grandson, Prince William, will probably do the same. And just like His Majesty, Prince William will face a similar controversy with the Scots.
In case Prince William reigns as King William V, people
in Scotland will recognize him rather as King William IV.
That said, Prince William could go with a completely different
name, because members of the royal family are free to choose the title of their choice.
rule under. Prince William did not comment on his title, so everything can
get to this point.
Fortunately, Prince William still has plenty of time to solve it. He is currently third in rank of the throne and will inherit the crown only after his father, Prince Charles.
Queen Elizabeth holds these surprising titles
While Queen Elizabeth is usually called "Queen" in most
circles, she holds a surprising number of titles. This includes names like
Defender of the Faith and Head of the Commonwealth. She is even called
as duke and lord in some places even though these honors are usually
reserved for men.
Queen Elizabeth, for example, is known as the Duke of Normandy, a title that derives from the Middle Ages. The Channel Islands are part of this duchy, namely the islands of Jersey and Guernsey.
She's also called the Duke of Lancaster, who is technically
outside the domains of the Crown. The Duchy of Lancaster financed part of
His Majesty's budget since 1399.
In total, Elizabeth has 16 titles for each area in the
Commonwealth. Some examples include the Queen of Papua New Guinea and the Queen
With regard to Scotland, they would prefer that it use the
title, Queen of Scots, although it has not yet been adopted.
His Majesty returns to work
Speaking of Scotland, Queen Elizabeth recently returned home to Buckingham Palace after her annual summer vacation at Balmoral Castle in Scotland. Her Majesty has hosted several guests at Balmoral this summer, including Prince William and Kate Middleton, as well as their three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis.
Although she has been leading England for 65 years and she is now 93 years old
old, she should return to her royal duties as soon as possible.
Queen Elizabeth did not comment on the reports that surround her
controversial title in Scotland.