How To Determine Your Royal Name

111350108 opt How To Determine Your Royal Name

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[photogallerylink id=62462 align=right] [photogallerylink id=62212 align=right] [photogallerylink id=62000 align=right] You can’t attend (or watch!) the Royal Wedding without your own Royal moniker.  Here’s how to figure out your official Royal name.

Here’s the rules:

1. Use Lord/Lady (depending on your gender)

2. Use one of your grandparent’s first names (preferably a same gender grandparent)

3. The name of your first pet

4. Hyphen goes here

5. The name of the street you grew up on

In my case, my Royal name is Lady Winnifred Tupence-St. Morris (and I think I’ll insist the guys call me this all Friday morning!)

Bobby Mitchell is Lord Walter Charkie-Starspur

Bob Schuman is Lord Milton Count-Downey

Chuck Gaidica is Lord Frederick Ginger-Bernard

More Royal Wedding fun:

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One Comment

  1. GetReal says:

    Lady Nana Fluffy-Elm.

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