Most royals do not go by their last name. If a last name or surname is needed, a royal will go by their royal house -Wales, Cambridge and now Sussex. The Queens official surname is Mountbatten -Windsor.
In America there are three options for a married last name: keeping a maiden name or last name, taking a spouse’s name, or hyphenating to combine the two.
Hello and welcome to episode 119 …of… An Idiom a Day
I’m Gina Johnson and the idiom of the day …is… live like a king
All the time I feel I must justify my existence. ~ Prince Charles
live like a king … if you say that someone lives like a king, you mean that they are able to live a luxurious lifestyle… to live in a very comfortable way with all the luxuries you want
I look for vacation resorts that are comfortable and provide luxuries.
Here is the same sentence using the idiom… live like a king
I look for vacation resorts where I can live like a king.
Here are a few more sentences using the idiom … live like a king
Once I retire I want to live like a king.
After years of sacrifice, he sold his successful company and now he lives like a king.
Since winning the lottery, our neighbors are living like princes.
live like a prince is used the same way as live like a king
CAN I ASK YOU A QUESTION?
What was your upbringing: rich, middle class or poor?
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