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I suspect it will be called Prince in homage to the late R&B artist.
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Queen Victoria wore a tweed suit at all times, and was copied by her close friends and other royals, now everybody has a tweed suit.
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Outside of her dying in some insane way, at this point her passing would come off as expected.I suppose my reaction would be to wonder what's for dinner that night since it would have zero impact on anyone or anything within my existence.
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I would, its got a nice ring to it and it might make them have more understanding friends, and bullying will never happen to him.
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In more recent times, Princess Grace of Monaco and King Baudouin of Belgium come to mind.

Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria, Queen Victoria, King Ludwig II of Bavaria are listed as deceased royals who were pictured in death.
https://www.ranker.com/list/photos-of-historical-figures-lying-in-state/melissa-sartore
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Or would it be 'queen of England'?
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That would be King George VI and his Consort Queen Elizabeth (parents of Queen Elizabeth II) when they visited President Franklin D. Roosevelt in Washington, DC in 1939.
During an informal outing with the President, the King and Queen were served hot dogs. They were unfamiliar with hot dogs and didn't know the manner in which they are eaten, so they tried to cut them into bite-sized pieces.
Until their visit, no reigning British Monarch had ever set foot on American soil, not even in colonial times.
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The details are sketchy but it was generally believed to be a suicide pact with his mistress.

He was only related to Prince Albert and to Queen Victoria by his marriage to Princess Stephanie of Belgium.
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Here's a photo in which I can count at least 45 of them. You don't get promoted or relegated - there is an order of precedence that is only affected by births and deaths - and the balcony party size expands and contracts according to the occasion.