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Certainly, the old sea-dog could barely conceal his glee at the prospect of the British Royal Family, known since 1917 as the House of Windsor, having to call themselves the House of Mountbatten after the couple’s marriage.

Princess Marina, widow of the Duke of Kent, spoke for many in the royal circle when she warned that the Mountbattens were ‘dangerous people...

A body language expert revealed to Daily Mail that they're taking cues from the queen, who rarely holds hands with her husband of almost 70 years, Prince Philip.

The Queen of England set a royal precedent that Kate and William are simply following.

(Photo by Karwai Tang/Wire Image)KELOWNA, CANADA - SEPTEMBER 27: Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William, Duke of Cambridge visit the University of British Columbia on September 27, 2016 in Kelowna, Canada.

(Photo by Karwai Tang/Wire Image)WHITEHORSE, CANADA - SEPTEMBER 27: Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William, Duke of Cambridge attend a Yukon arts event at the Kwanlin Dunn Cultural Centre on September 27, 2016 in Whitehorse, Canada.

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determined to be the power behind the Throne when Elizabeth succeeds’. The most influential figure at court, Sir Alan ‘Tommy’ Lascelles, the King’s Private Secretary, joined forces with the Master of the Household, Joey Legh, in bitter objection to Philip as a future consort.

They were joined by the King’s closest male friends - Lord Eldon, the Marquess of Salisbury, and Lord Stanley.