The British King Charles has awarded his wife Camilla, his son William and his wife Kate new titles. Buckingham Palace announced this on Thursday. It’s about honorary titles in the Foot Guard regiments.
Camilla is appointed Colonel of the Grenadier Guards, a role she takes over from Prince Andrew, who had to relinquish all his honorary titles following the alleged sexual abuse scandal.
William has been given the title Colonel of the Welsh Guards, which he inherits from his father. Kate takes over William’s title and is appointed Colonel of the Irish Guards.
Foot Guards, also known as “foot guards”, are normally responsible for guarding the British Royal Family or other heads of state. They also often perform ceremonial duties.