- Not long after Prince Harry and his wife decided to practically divorce the Royal Family, his brother got a new royal position
- Prince William was chosen by Queen Elizabeth to be the new Lord High Commissioner to the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland
- He will fill this role for the next 12 months
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Queen Elizabeth has handed a new royal role to her grandson, Prince William. He was chosen to be the Lord High Commissioner to the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland.
This is a position that the Duke of Cambridge will fill for the next 12 months, according to Glamour.
The Royal Family's official website stated that Prince William will act as the British monarch’s representative to the Church of Scotland.
He will carry out ceremonial duties and visits as needed and maintain the relationship between the State and the Church.
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Briefly.co.za learnt that several Royal Family members have previously served in this role, including Prince Charles, Princess Anne and Prince Edward.
The announcement of Prince William's new title comes shortly after Prince Harry and his wife left the Royal Family behind in their pursuit of an independent life.
He jetted off to join his wife Meghan Markle on Vancouver Island. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will spend their time between Canada and England, but it is understood that they will continue to earn the bulk of their income from Prince Charles' revenue from the Duchy of Cornwall.
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