from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. Her (or His) Royal Highness
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- His Royal Highness
- Her Royal Highness
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Mrs Parker Bowles will use the title HRH the Duchess of Cornwall after marriage.
Mrs Parker Bowles will take the title HRH the Duchess of Cornwall.
The bride, 30, a world-class equestrian, does not carry the title HRH at the request of her parents, the Princess Royal and first husband, Captain Mark Phillips.
Daniel Westling, 36, who will assume the title HRH Prince Daniel, Duke of Vastergotland.
Too many jobs and inventions have come out of that agency for it to be treated as HRH is doing.
My company, Trinity Design Group, gave a new face to the old uniforms and private label HRH product.
Working hand in gardening gloves with the prince - who Goodenough refers to only as "HRH" - is the culmination of a long, steady rise through the ranks of Britain's gardening elite for the Canadian woman who learned her love of gardening from her mother in Western Canada.
Heath Ryan Howard almost immediately dubbed HRH was born at the end of October 2002.
I believe I have seen you wandering around HRH aka David's blog...
Nobody of substance would venture near them - and George VI was adamant that Wallis should never be referred to as HRH as it would be "a great mistake to acknowledge Mrs Simpson as a suitable person to become Royal".
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