"All they have got to do is hit the paragraph button and put in a different number. They must have done it before. They did it for Archie. Clearly they did it for Louis when he was born. And they have done it for some of the other children like [Princess Eugenie's son] August [Philip Hawke Brooksbank] that have been born as well," Ship noted.
It has long been rumored that Charles' plans when he is king will mean that only heirs to the throne and their immediate families will be given full titles, financial support and police protection, which are funded by taxpayers.
There were also reports that this would mean that Charles' youngest brother, Prince Edward, may not get the Duke of Edinburgh title. Charles was reportedly given his late father, Prince Philip's title by default when he passed in April but in 1999, Buckingham Palace announced that Edward would succeed Philip in the dukedom "in due course" with the blessing of both his parents.
However, with Charles reportedly wanting to trim down the monarchy, he may not pass the title on when he becomes king. "It was fine in theory, ages ago when it was sort of a pipe dream of my father’s . . . and of course it will depend on whether or not the Prince of Wales, when he becomes king, whether he’ll do that, so we’ll wait and see," Edward previously told the BBC.