How To Use Morganatic In A Sentence

  • Chips says that Wallis righteously refuses to make any pronouncement at all, but the King is dead set on a morganatic marriage. THE WHITE DOVE
  • In advising Edward VIII against a morganatic marriage to Mrs Simpson he acted with the utmost constitutional propriety.
  • The royals may be forced to contemplate a quiet, morganatic marriage.
  • Sigvard, onto his third morganatic marriage, continued to harbour bitterness about his nephew King's decision to grant Lilian the title of princess right up until his death a few years ago.
  • As Julie was not royal, their marriage was considered morganatic, meaning that Julie and their children could not use Alexander's Hessian title.
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  • A morganatic marriage is one between a member of the royal house and a wife not of equal birth, in which the wife does not take her husband's rank.
  • As this was a morganatic marriage, their five children should not have been eligible for the succession.
  • Would it be morganatic or would she actually become Queen?
  • Be that as it may, if Parliament and the Commonwealth had agreed to a morganatic marriage or if Edward VIII had not abdicated but given up Wallis instead, how would history be today?

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