I do wonder why Edward hasn’t been given Philips title and as manager of Great Windsor park. The Queen can do it. Can’t she?There was an article in the DM today. Charles would be smart and fortunate to have the Wessexes in his corner. They are a model of support, like the queen has had from loyal, lesser nobles and relatives all these years.
Philip's titles - Duke, Earl and Baron were inherited by Charles, in accordance with the Letters Patent issued by George VI in 1947 - heirs male of the body lawfully begotten - so only when Charles is King will Philip's peerage titles be available to be recreated. In 1999 the official announcement from Buckingham Palace said that when BOTH The Queen and Philip were dead then Edward would be given the Edinburgh title but there were reports back in June this year that Charles may not honour that agreement.https://www.college-of-ar...hrh-the-duke-of-edinburgh
The Duke of Edinburgh was granted the style and title of Royal Highness on 19 November 1947; on the next day, 20 November, he was created Duke of Edinburgh, Earl of Merioneth and Baron Greenwich, of Greenwich in the County of London. These peerages are hereditary and on the death of His Royal Highness have passed to his eldest son, HRH The Prince of Wales. In the event of the Prince of Wales or any subsequent holder of these titles succeeding to the Crown, these titles and all others held will merge with the Crown.