There are a lot of name changes that have already taken place after the tragic death of Queen Elizabeth II, which was announced earlier today.
The monarch passed away at the age of 96 on Thursday, September 8, at Balmoral Castle in Aberdeen, Scotland.
Several royal family members will now be given new titles. Here is a list of all the changes made to the royal rankings:
Charles is now formally named King Charles III, changing from his previous title of Prince Charles.
Even though Camilla is now officially the Queen Consort, most people will probably refer to her as Queen Camilla.
Before her passing, Queen Elizabeth said: "When, in due time, my son Charles becomes king, I know you will give him and his wife Camilla the same support you have given me.”
Camilla automatically became the Princess of Wales when she married Charles in 2005. However, she had never used the title out of respect for Princess Diana, Prince Charles' late wife and mother of Prince William and Harry. Since their wedding, she has been referred to as the Duchess of Cornwall.
Previously known as the Duke of Cambridge, Prince William is now known as The Duke of Cornwall and Cambridge. His wife, Kate/Catherine, is now known as The Duchess of Cornwall and Cambridge.
This was reflected in their official Twitter account's name change earlier this morning.
They are also in line to assume the titles of Prince and Princess of Wales, which had been previously held by Charles and his son William's late mother, Diana.
The Duke and Duchess's children will also follow suit. Princes George and Louis, as well as their sister Princess Charlotte, will now all be known as The Princes and Princess of Cambridge and Cornwall.
The rise of Charles as King also means that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's children may one day become Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet, even though their parents are no longer senior royals.
It's unknown if Harry and Meghan will accept the titles for their kids or if Charles will even permit it, according to rumours.
In 2021 a Daily Mail article reported that Charles has a plan for a smaller monarchy and that his plan calls for only the heirs to the throne and their immediate relatives to get full titles.