List of titles and honours of Charles III

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Charles III on horseback during Trooping the Colour in 2023

Charles III has received numerous titles, decorations, and honorary appointments, as a member of the British royal family, as heir apparent to Elizabeth II, and as King of the United Kingdom and the 14 other Commonwealth realms.

Royal and noble titles and styles

Charles was originally styled as "His Royal Highness Prince Charles of Edinburgh" per letters patent issued by his grandfather George VI.[1]

Upon the accession of his mother as queen, as the eldest son of the monarch, Charles automatically became, in England, the Duke of Cornwall and, in Scotland, the Duke of Rothesay, Earl of Carrick, Baron of Renfrew, Lord of the Isles, and Prince and Great Steward of Scotland.[2] As such, he was styled "His Royal Highness The Duke of Cornwall", except in Scotland, where he was known as "His Royal Highness The Duke of Rothesay" instead.

In 1958, letters patent from the then sovereign made Charles the Prince of Wales and Earl of Chester and,[3] on 1 July 1969, he was invested as such during the a ceremony in which a coronet and robes were placed on him.[4] In 2021, upon the death of his father, Prince Philip, Charles furthermore inherited the titles Duke of Edinburgh, Earl of Merioneth, and Baron Greenwich.[5] When he became the British sovereign himself on 8 September 2022, these titles merged with the Crown.

Titles as Prince Charles
Title From To
Date Reason Date Reason
Duke of Cornwall 6 February 1952 His mother's accession (automatically) 8 September 2022 Acceded as Charles III (titles transferred to the new heir apparent)
Duke of Rothesay
Earl of Carrick
Baron of Renfrew
Lord of the Isles
Prince and Great Steward of Scotland
Prince of Wales 26 July 1958 Granted to the heir apparent Acceded as Charles III (titles merged with the Crown)[6][7]
Earl of Chester
Duke of Edinburgh 9 April 2021 Death of his father (inherited)
Earl of Merioneth
Baron Greenwich

Regnal name

A logo with "CR III" and a crown (coloured)
Royal cypher of Charles III, surmounted by the Tudor Crown[8]
A logo with "CR III" and a crown
Scottish royal cypher of Charles III, surmounted by the Crown of Scotland[8]
A logo with "CR III" and a crown
Canadian royal cypher of Charles III, surmounted by the Canadian Royal Crown[8]

In an announcement following the death of Queen Elizabeth II, Prime Minister Liz Truss referred to Charles as King Charles III, the first official usage of that name.[9] Shortly afterwards Clarence House confirmed that he would use the regnal name Charles III.[10]

There had previously been speculation that he might choose a different name, because the previous two monarchs named Charles are both associated with negative events in royal history: Charles I was beheaded in 1649 and Charles II reigned during the Great Plague and the Great Fire of London. The name Charles III is also associated with the Jacobite pretender, Charles Edward Stuart, who claimed the throne under that name in the 18th century. The most discussed alternative regnal name had been George VII, in honour of Charles' maternal grandfather;[11][12] although, prior to succeeding to the throne, Charles denied discussing a regnal name at all.[13]

Regnal style

Each Commonwealth realm acts as an independent monarchy but in a personal union, as such King Charles has different titles in each realm:

Country Date Title
 Antigua and Barbuda
Since
8 September 2022
Charles the Third, by the Grace of God, King of Antigua and Barbuda and of His other Realms and Territories, Head of the Commonwealth[14][15][16]
 Australia
Since
8 September 2022
Charles the Third, by the Grace of God, King of Australia and His other Realms and Territories, Head of the Commonwealth[17][18]
 The Bahamas
Since
8 September 2022
Charles the Third, by the Grace of God King of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas and of His other Realms and Territories, Head of the Commonwealth[19]
 Belize
Since
8 September 2022
Charles the Third, by the Grace of God, King of Belize and of His other Realms and Territories, Head of the Commonwealth
 Canada
8 September 2022
 –
8 January 2024
English:

Charles the Third, by the Grace of God of the United Kingdom, Canada and His other Realms and Territories King, Head of the Commonwealth, Defender of the Faith

French:

Charles Trois, par la grâce de Dieu, Roi du Royaume-Uni, du Canada et de ses autres royaumes et territoires, Chef du Commonwealth, Défenseur de la Foi

Since
8 January 2024
English:

Charles the Third, by the Grace of God, King of Canada and His other Realms and Territories, Head of the Commonwealth[17][20]

French:

Charles Trois, par la grâce de Dieu, Roi du Canada et de ses autres royaumes et territoires, Chef du Commonwealth[20]

In spring 2023, the Canadian government introduced a bill changing the monarch's title by dropping the reference to the United Kingdom and the phrase Defender of the Faith.[21] The bill received royal assent on 22 June 2023;[22] a proclamation of the new title was issued on 8 January 2024.[23]

 Grenada
Since
8 September 2022
Charles the Third, by the Grace of God, King of Grenada and of His other Realms and Territories, Head of the Commonwealth[24]
 Jamaica
Since
8 September 2022
Charles the Third, by the Grace of God of Jamaica and of His other Realms and Territories King, Head of the Commonwealth
New Zealand New Zealand
Since
8 September 2022
English:

Charles the Third, by the Grace of God, King of New Zealand and His Other Realms and Territories, Head of the Commonwealth, Defender of the Faith[17][25]

Māori:

Tiāre te Tuatoru, na te huatau o te Atua, te Kīngi o Aotearoa me ērā atu o Ōna Whaitua, rohe hoki, te Upoko o te Kāhui Whenua, te Kaiwawao o te Whakapono[26]

 Papua New Guinea
Since
8 September 2022
Charles the Third, King of Papua New Guinea and His other Realms and Territories, Head of the Commonwealth[27]
 Saint Kitts and Nevis
Since
8 September 2022
Charles the Third, by the Grace of God, King of Saint Christopher and Nevis and of His other Realms and Territories, Head of the Commonwealth[28]
 Saint Lucia
Since
8 September 2022
Charles the Third, by the Grace of God, King of Saint Lucia and of His other Realms and Territories, Head of the Commonwealth[17]
 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Since
8 September 2022
Charles the Third, by the Grace of God, King of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines and His other Realms and Territories, Head of the Commonwealth[17]
 Solomon Islands
Since
8 September 2022
Charles the Third, by the Grace of God, King of Solomon Islands and His other Realms and Territories, Head of the Commonwealth[17]
 Tuvalu
Since
8 September 2022
Charles the Third, by the Grace of God, King of Tuvalu and of His other Realms and Territories, Head of the Commonwealth[17]
 United Kingdom
Since
8 September 2022
English:

Charles the Third, by the Grace of God, of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and of His other Realms and Territories King, Head of the Commonwealth, Defender of the Faith[17]

Welsh:

Charles y Trydydd, drwy Ras Duw, ar Deyrnas Unedig Prydain Fawr a Gogledd Iwerddon a’i Deyrnasoedd eraill, yn Frenin, yn Ben ar y Gymanwlad, yn Amddiffynnwr y Ffydd[29]

The King's full British styles and titles were read out at the state funeral of his mother by David White, Garter Principal King of Arms, as follows:

Let us humbly beseech Almighty God to bless with long life, health and honour, and all worldly happiness the Most High, Most Mighty and Most Excellent Monarch, our Sovereign Lord, Charles III, now, by the Grace of God, of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and of His other Realms and Territories King, Head of the Commonwealth, Defender of the Faith, and Sovereign of the Most Noble Order of the Garter.[30]

Other (United Kingdom)

Region Date Title Ref
Duchy of Lancaster
Since
8 September 2022
Duke of Lancaster [31][32]
 Scotland
Since
8 September 2022
King of Scots [33]
 Gibraltar
Since
8 September 2022
King of Gibraltar [34][a]
 Guernsey
Since
8 September 2022
Duke of Normandy and King in right of the Bailiwick [36]
 Jersey
Since
8 September 2022
Duke of Normandy and King in right of Jersey [36]
 Isle of Man
Since
8 September 2022
Lord of Mann [36]
Scotland Braemar, Scotland
Since
8 September 2022
Chieftain of the Braemar Gathering [37][38]
 England
Since
8 September 2022
Seigneur of the Swans [39][40][41]

Other/Unofficial

Region Title
 Alberta In Blackfoot: Mekaisto

In English: Chief Red Crow[42][43]

 Manitoba Leading Star[44]
 Nunavut In Inuktitut: Attaniout Ikeneego

In English: The Son of the Big Boss (loosely translates to heir apparent)[45]

 Saskatchewan In Cree: Kīsikāwipīsimwa miyo ōhci

In English: The Sun Watches Over Him in a Good Way[46][47]

 Tanzania In Maasai: Oloishiru Ingishi

In English: The Helper of the Cows (literally he whom the cows love so much they call for him when they are in times of distress)[48]

 Papua New Guinea In Tok Pisin: Nambawan pikinini bilong Misis Kwin

In English: The number one child belonging to Mrs Queen [49][50]

 Vanuatu High Chief Mal Menaringmanu[51][52][53]

Military ranks and appointments

King Charles III, in the No. 1A Service Dress (Ceremonial Day Dress) uniform, of a Marshal of the Royal Air Force
King Charles III, in the uniform of a Field Marshal of the New Zealand Army

 Canada

 New Zealand

 United Kingdom

University degrees

See below at #Scholastic for honorary degrees.
Country Date School Degree
 United Kingdom 1970[77] University of Cambridge Bachelor of Arts (BA)[78]
 United Kingdom 1975[77] University of Cambridge Master of Arts (MA Cantab)[78]

Commonwealth of Nations

Titles

On 20 April 2018, the Commonwealth Heads of Government agreed that Charles would succeed his mother as Head of the Commonwealth,[79] and he did so following her death.[80]

Commonwealth realms

Appointments (Shown in order in which appointments were made, not order of precedence)

Appointments from Commonwealth realms
Country Date Appointment Ribbon Post-nominal
letters
 United Kingdom 26 July 1958 – 8 September 2022 Royal Knight Companion of the Most Noble Order of the Garter[81] KG
Since 8 September 2022 Sovereign of the Most Noble Order of the Garter
10 December 1974 – 8 September 2022 Great Master and First and Principal Knight Grand Cross of the Most Honourable Order of the Bath[82] GCB
Since 8 September 2022 Sovereign of the Most Honourable Order of the Bath
11 February 1977 – 8 September 2022 Extra Knight of the Most Ancient and Most Noble Order of the Thistle[83] KT
Since September 2022 Sovereign of the Most Ancient and Most Noble Order of the Thistle
1977 – 8 September 2022 Member of Her Majesty's Most Honourable Privy Council PC
 Australia 14 March 1981 – 8 September 2022 Knight of the Order of Australia[84] AK
Since 8 September 2022 Sovereign Head of the Order of Australia
 New Zealand 1983 – 8 September 2022 Extra Companion of the Queen's Service Order QSO
8 September 2022 – 3 May 2024 Sovereign Head of the Queen's Service Order
Since 3 May 2024 Sovereign Head of the King's Service Order
 Saskatchewan Since 24 April 2001 Honorary Member of the Saskatchewan Order of Merit[85] SOM
Commonwealth Realms 27 June 2002 – 8 September 2022 Member of the Order of Merit OM
Since 8 September 2022 Sovereign of the Order of Merit
 Papua New Guinea 3 November 2012 – 8 September 2022 Royal Chief of the Order of Logohu[86] GCL
Since 8 September 2022 Sovereign of the Order of Logohu
 Canada 18 May 2014 – 8 September 2022 Member of Her Majesty's Privy Council for Canada[87] PC
1 July 2017 – 8 September 2022 Extraordinary Companion of the Order of Canada[88][89] CC
Since 8 September 2022 Sovereign of the Order of Canada
18 May 2022 – 8 September 2022 Extraordinary Commander of the Order of Military Merit[90][91] CMM
Since 8 September 2022 Sovereign of the Order of Military Merit
International Since 8 September 2022 Sovereign Head of the Most Venerable Order of the Hospital of Saint John of Jerusalem
Commonwealth realms[b] Since 8 September 2022 Sovereign of the Royal Victorian Order
Since 8 September 2022 Sovereign of the Order of the Companions of Honour
 United Kingdom Since 8 September 2022 Sovereign of the Most Illustrious Order of Saint Patrick
Since 8 September 2022 Sovereign of the Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George
Since 8 September 2022 Sovereign of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire
Since 8 September 2022 Sovereign of the Distinguished Service Order
Since 8 September 2022 Sovereign of the Imperial Service Order
Since 8 September 2022 Sovereign of the Most Exalted Order of the Star of India
Since 8 September 2022 Sovereign of the Most Eminent Order of the Indian Empire
Since 8 September 2022 Sovereign of the Imperial Order of the Crown of India
Since 8 September 2022 Sovereign of the Order of British India
Since 8 September 2022 Sovereign of the Indian Order of Merit
Since 8 September 2022 Sovereign of the Order of Burma
 Saint Lucia Since 8 September 2022 Sovereign of the Order of Saint Lucia
 Solomon Islands Since 8 September 2022 Sovereign of the Order of the Solomon Islands
 New Zealand Since 8 September 2022 Sovereign of the Order of New Zealand
Since 8 September 2022 Sovereign of the New Zealand Order of Merit
 Belize Since 8 September 2022 Sovereign of the Order of the National Hero
Since 8 September 2022 Sovereign of the Order of Belize
Since 8 September 2022 Sovereign of the Order of Distinction
 The Bahamas Since 8 September 2022 Sovereign of the Order of Merit of the Bahamas
 Saint Kitts and Nevis Since 8 September 2022 Sovereign of the Order of the National Hero
 Antigua and Barbuda Since 8 September 2022 Sovereign of the Order of the National Hero
Since 8 September 2022 Sovereign of the Order of the Nation
Since 8 September 2022 Sovereign of the Most Illustrious Order of Merit
Since 8 September 2022 Sovereign of the Order of Princely Heritage
 Canada Since 8 September 2022 Sovereign of the Order of Merit of the Police Forces
 Papua New Guinea Since 8 September 2022 Sovereign of the Order of the Star of Melanesia
 Saint Kitts and Nevis Since 8 September 2022 Sovereign of the Order of St Christopher and Nevis
 Grenada Since 8 September 2022 Sovereign of the Prestige Order of the National Hero
Since 8 September 2022 Sovereign of the Most Distinguished Order of the Nation[c]
Since 8 September 2022 Sovereign of the Order of Grenada
 Tuvalu Since 8 September 2022 Sovereign of the Tuvalu Order of Merit
 Solomon Islands 4 June 2024 Recipient of the Star of the Solomon Islands[92]

Decorations and medals (Shown in order in which appointments were made, not order of precedence)

Country Date Appointment Ribbon Post-nominal letters
 United Kingdom 2 June 1953 Queen Elizabeth II Coronation Medal
 Papua New Guinea 1975 Papua New Guinea Independence Medal[93]
 United Kingdom 6 February 1977 Queen Elizabeth II Silver Jubilee Medal
 Canada 1982 Canadian Forces' Decoration and 3 clasps CD[54]
 New Zealand 1990 New Zealand 1990 Commemoration Medal[94]
 United Kingdom 6 February 2002 Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee Medal
 Saskatchewan 7 June 2005 Commemorative Medal for the Centennial of Saskatchewan[95]
 United Kingdom 6 February 2012 Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal
 New Zealand 2012 New Zealand Armed Forces Award[96]
 Papua New Guinea 3 November 2012 Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal (Papua New Guinean version)[86]
 United Kingdom 11 October 2016 Naval Long Service and Good Conduct Medal and 3 clasps
 United Kingdom 6 February 2022 Queen Elizabeth II Platinum Jubilee Medal

Awards

Country Date Decoration Post-nominal letters
Canada Canada 20 May 2014 Honorary Confederation Centre of the Arts Symons Medal[97]

Other Commonwealth countries

Appointments
Country Date Decoration Ribbon Post-nominal letters
 Malawi 16 April 1985 Grand Commander, the Order of the Lion of Malawi[98]
 Brunei 1996 Member of the Most Esteemed Family Order of Laila Utama[citation needed] DK
 Ghana 6 November 2018 Honorary Companion of the Order of the Star of Ghana CSG[99]
 Barbados 30 November 2021 Honorary Order of Freedom of Barbados[100][101] FB

Foreign honours

Appointments
Country Date Appointment Ribbon Post-nominal letters
 Finland 15 July 1969 Grand Cross of the Order of the White Rose of Finland[98]
 Japan 5 October 1971 Grand Cordon of the Supreme Order of the Chrysanthemum[98]
 Netherlands 11 April 1972 Grand Cross of the Order of the Crown[98]
 Luxembourg 13 June 1972 Grand Cross of the Order of the Oak Crown[98]
 Denmark 30 April 1974 Knight of the Order of the Elephant[98] RE
 Kingdom of Nepal 23 February 1975 Member of the Most Glorious Order of Ojaswi Rajanya[98]
 Sweden 23 May 1975 Knight of the Royal Order of the Seraphim[98] RSerafO
 Brazil 8 March 1978 Grand Cross of the National Order of the Southern Cross[98]
 Norway 1 July 1978 Grand Cross with Collar of the Royal Norwegian Order of Saint Olav[98]
 Egypt 12 August 1981 Grand Cordon of the Order of the Republic[102]
 Netherlands 16 November 1982 Knight Grand Cross of the Order of Orange-Nassau[103]
 France 23 October 1984 Grand Cross of the National Order of the Legion of Honour[98]
 Bahrain 16 November 1986 Member, 1st Class, of the Order of Sheikh Isa bin Salman Al Khalifa[98]
 Qatar 14 November 1986 Collar of the Order of Merit[98]
 Spain 18 April 1986 Knight Grand Cross of the Royal and Distinguished Spanish Order of Charles III[104]
 Saudi Arabia 24 March 1987 Member, 1st Class, of the King Abdul Aziz Order of Merit[98]
 Portugal 27 April 1993 Grand Cross of the Military Order of Saint Benedict of Aviz[105]
 Kuwait 9 November 1993 Member, 1st Class, of the Order of Mubarak the Great[98]
 Hungary 3 March 2010 Grand Cross of the Order of Merit of the Republic of Hungary[106]
 Mexico 9 September 2015 Sash of Special Category, of the Mexican Order of the Aztec Eagle[107]
 France 16 March 2017 Commander of the Order of Agricultural Merit[108]
 Romania 29 March 2017 Grand Cross of the Order of the Star of Romania[109]
 Armenia 19 October 2018 Order of Friendship[110]
 Germany 29 March 2023 Grand Cross Special Class of the Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany[111]
 Portugal 15 June 2023 Grand Collar of the Ancient and Most Noble Military Order of the Tower and of the Sword, of the Valour, Loyalty and Merit[112] GColTE
 South Korea 21 November 2023 Recipient of the Grand Order of Mugunghwa[113] GOM

Decorations

Decorations and medals from non-Commonwealth countries
Country Date Decoration Ribbon Post-nominal letters
 Kingdom of Nepal 24 February 1975 King Birendra Coronation Medal[citation needed]
 Netherlands 30 April 2013 King Willem-Alexander Inauguration Medal[114][115]

Wear of orders, decorations, and medals

The ribbons worn regularly by Charles in undress uniform are as follows:

Ribbons of King Charles III
Order of the Bath Order of Merit Order of Australia
King's Service Order Order of Canada Order of Military Merit Queen Elizabeth II
Coronation Medal
Queen Elizabeth II
Silver Jubilee Medal
Queen Elizabeth II
Golden Jubilee Medal
Queen Elizabeth II
Diamond Jubilee Medal
Queen Elizabeth II
Platinum Jubilee Medal
Naval Long Service and Good Conduct Medal
with three bars
Canadian Forces' Decoration
with three clasps
New Zealand 1990
Commemoration Medal
New Zealand Armed Forces Award

With medals, Charles normally wears the breast stars of the Garter, Thistle, and Bath. When only one should be worn, he wears the Order of the Garter star, except in Scotland where the Scottish Order of the Thistle star is worn. Foreign honours are worn in accordance with British customs and traditions when applicable.

Honorary military and police appointments

 Australia

 Canada

 New Zealand

 Papua New Guinea

 United Kingdom

Charles as Colonel of the Welsh Guards, Trooping the Colour, 2012

Non-national titles and honours

Member and fellowships

Country Date Organisation Position
United Kingdom United Kingdom (England and Wales) 1975 – Marylebone Cricket Club Honorary Life Member[143]
United Kingdom United Kingdom (England and Wales) 1975 – Honourable Society of Gray's Inn Royal Bencher[144]
 United Kingdom 1978 – Royal Society Royal Fellow (FRS)[145][146]
 United Kingdom 2000 – Royal Asiatic Society Fellow (FRAS)[147]
 United Kingdom Foreign Press Association Honorary Member[148]

The Worshipful Company of Carpenters installed Charles as an Honorary Liveryman "in recognition of his interest in London's architecture."[149] Charles is also Permanent Master of the Worshipful Company of Shipwrights, a Freeman of the Worshipful Company of Drapers, Honorary Freeman of the Worshipful Company of Musicians, Honorary Freeman and Liveryman of the Worshipful Company of Stationers and Newspaper Makers, Honorary Liveryman of the Worshipful Company of Farmers, Honorary Member of the Court of Assistants of the Worshipful Company of Goldsmiths, and a Royal Liveryman of the Worshipful Company of Gardeners.[150]

Scholastic

Chancellor, visitor, governor, and fellowships

Country Date School Position
 England 1988 Trinity College, Cambridge Honorary Fellow[151]
 England 2007 Liverpool John Moores University Honorary Fellow[152]
 England 2020 Kellogg College, Oxford Bynum Tudor Fellow[153]

Honorary degrees

Country Date School Degree
 England 1981 Royal College of Music Doctor of Music (DMus)[154]
 New Zealand 1981 University of Otago Doctor of Literature (LittD)[155]
 Canada 1983 University of Alberta Doctor of Laws (LLD)[156]
 Italy 1987 University of Bologna Doctor of Literature and Philosophy (DLitt et Phil)[157]
 Canada 1991 Queen's University at Kingston Doctor of Laws (LLD)[158]
 England 1998 University of Durham Doctor of Civil Law (DCL)[159]
 Scotland 2001[160] University of Glasgow Doctor of Laws (LLD)[160]
 England 2007 University of Chester Doctor of Letters (DLitt)[161]
 Scotland 2004 Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama Doctor of the Academy[162]
 India 2013 Forest Research Institute Doctor of Science (DSc)[163][164]
 Romania 31 May 2014 University of Bucharest Doctorate[165]
 Romania 29 May 2017 Babeș-Bolyai University Doctorate[166]

Freedom of the City

Foreign

Honorific eponyms

Academic

Geographic locations

Structures

Buildings


Former

Awards

Species

Interest awards

See also

Notes

  1. ^ The kingship of Gibraltar continues to be among the titles of the Spanish monarchy. However, since 2010 the Government of Gibraltar has started to use the title "Queen of Gibraltar" in reference to Elizabeth II.[34] Initially only used on coinage, the title now appears on several Gibraltar and UK government documents referencing the Queen in relation to Gibraltar.[35]
  2. ^ Sovereign states within the Commonwealth of Nations sharing the same person as monarch.
  3. ^ The Order of the Nation is a component order of knighthood within the Order of Grenada, rather than a fully separate order.

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