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CROWN TOWN NEWS ALERT: Our Royal Wreckers Nickname Generator!

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Friends of the up-and-coming Scottish royals have titles and lineage harkening back to the lands once owned by their ancestors. They also have been known to have sassy (and spot on) nicknames like “Sherbet” and “Monters.” Since you’ll be a part of Alex and Ellie’s wedding celebration and hangin’ with the original Wreckers, you’ll need a title and a nickname to fit in. Yours awaits below.

 

For example:

Meghan Markle was born in August 1981. Her title and nickname are: Baroness Meghan of Coloansay, aka: Minerva

 

Now it’s time to find yours!

 

Your Title

Choose the month in which you were born –- then add your first name after your title:

 

Jan       Prince/Princess

Feb      Lord/Lady

Mar     His Royal Highness/Her Royal Highness

Apr      Duke/Duchess

May     Marquess/Marchioness

Jun       Earl/Countess

Jul        Viscount/Viscountess

Aug      Baron/Baroness

Sep      Baronet/Baronetess

Oct      Knight/Dame

Nov      Sir/Madam

Dec      The Right Honorable

 

Your Geographic Lineage

Choose the last number in your birth year:

0: of St. Andrews

1: of Aberdeen

2: of Colonsay

3: of Dunfermline

4: of Edinburgh

5: of Glasgow

6: of Inverness

7: of Islay

8: of Stirling

9: of Mull

 

 

 

 

Lads’ Nicknames: Use the first letter of your first name

Apple

Bannock

Crowdie

Dundee

Eejit

Fergus

Geggy

Howfin

Icer

Jings

Kip

Lugs

MacDuffer

Nutkin

Oxters

Puffin

Quipper

Rupert

Stewie

Tassie

Ulrich

Vallala

Wee Barra

Yocker

Zippy

 

Lasses’ Nicknames: Use the first letter of your first name

Awfy

Baffies

Carfuffle

Darny

Eweech

Fleech

Gledden

Harpsy

Irra

Jally

Kepper

Lank-o

Minerva

Nibbish

Olay

Posh

Quinie

Rez

Shortbread

Thistle

Udie
Vivvie

Waxie

Xena

Yorba

Zeeblah

 

Congrats! You are now an honorary “Royal Wrecker!”

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