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05-06-2019 10:01 AM
BBC is reporting it too.
Shouldn't it be "Royal Highness's?" Or is it another diffference between American English and British English? I'm just curious - hate to appear nit-picky.
No they have it right @ValuSkr . The Duke was by Her side and that would be the plural way of referencing a word that ends with and s. You do not do apostrophe then an s if the word already has an s. I bet with the time change from England's early Monday morning to our now Mon. morning she may be a Mom by now.
All I know is that according to Merriam Webster, "Royal Highnesses" is plural. So was the Duke by the side of more than one Royal Highness? I don't think so.
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