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Duke of Cambridge

Date created

29 April 2011

Monarch

Elizabeth II

First holder (and current)

H.R.H. Prince William of Wales

Consort

Catherine Middleton

Heir

H.R.H. Prince George of Cambridge

Subsidiary titles

Earl of Strathearn
Baron Carrickfergus

Duke of Cambridge is a dukedom currently held by a son of the Prince of Wales. It is named for the town of Cambridge, its subsidiary titles include Earl of Strathearn in Scotland, and Baron Carrickfergus in Northern Ireland.

StyledEdit

Styled (1660 - 1661)Edit

Duke Portrait Birth Marriages Death
Charles Stuart

House of Stuart 1660–1661

no portrait 22 October 1660

Worcester House,London son of James, Duke of York, and Anne Hyde

not married 5 May 1661

Whitehall Palace, London

Styled (1677 - 1677)Edit

Duke Portrait Birth Marriages Death
Charles Stuart

House of Stuart 1677–1677

no portrait 7 November 1677

St James's Palace, London son of James, Duke of York, and Princess Mary of Modena

not married 12 December 1677

St James's Palace, London

First creation (1664 - 1667)Edit

Duke Portrait Birth Marriages Death
James Stuart

House of Stuart 1664–1667 also: Earl of Cambridge,Baron of Dauntsey (1664–1667)

[1] 12 July 1663

St James's Palace, London son of James, Duke of York, and Anne Hyde

not married 20 June 1667

Richmond Palace, London

Second creation (1667 - 1671)Edit

Duke Portrait Birth Marriages Death
Edgar Stuart

House of Stuart 1667–1671 also: Earl of Cambridge, Baron of Dauntsey (1667–1671)

no portrait 14 September 1667

St James's Palace, London son of James, Duke of York, and Anne Hyde

not married 8 June 1671

Richmond Palace, London

Third creation (1706 - 1727)Edit

Duke Portrait Birth Marriages Death
Prince George Augustus

House of Hanover 1706–1727 also: Prince of WalesDuke of CornwallDuke of Rothesay(1714–1727)

[2] 30 October / 9 November 1683O.S./N.S.

Herrenhausen Palaceor Leine Palace,Hanover son of George Louis, Prince-Elector, Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg, and Sophia Dorothea of Celle

22 August 1705

Caroline of Ansbach

25 October 1760

Kensington Palace, London

Prince George succeeded as George II in 1727 upon his father's death, and his titles merged with the crown.

Fourth creation (1806 - 1904)Edit

Duke Portrait Birth Marriages Death
The Prince Adolphus

House of Hanover 1801–1850 also: Earl of TipperaryBaron Culloden (1801–1850)

[3] 24 February 1774

Buckingham Palace,Westminster son of George III and Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz

18 June 1818

Princess Augusta of Hesse-Cassel

8 July 1850

Cambridge House,Piccadilly, London

Prince George

House of Hanover 1850–1904 also: Earl of Tipperary, Baron Culloden (1850–1904)

[4] 26 March 1819

Cambridge House,Hanover son of Prince Adolphus, Duke of Cambridge, and Princess Augusta of Hesse-Cassel

8 January 1847

Sarah Fairbrother

17 March 1904

Gloucester House, Piccadilly, London

Fifth creation (2011 -)Edit

Duke Portrait Birth Marriages Death
Prince William

House of Windsor 2011–present also: Earl of StrathearnBaron Carrickfergus (2011–present)

[5] 21 June 1982

St. Mary's Hospital, London son of Charles, Prince of Wales, and Lady Diana Spencer

29 April 2011

Catherine Middleton

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