No. Ireland is a republic and doesn't have a royal family.
The Royal Bank of Ireland does not exist. Ireland is a republic, not part of the UK (except Northern Ireland), so it is not associated with the Royal Family. It is actually called Bank of Ireland (no "royal"). The Bank of Ireland in London is located at: Bow Bells House, 1 Bread St, London England EC4M 9BE If you are confusing the Bank of Ireland with the Royal Bank of Scotland, re-ask your question giving… Read More
There are none here. The last member of the Royal Family to com here was assassinated.
No. It is a republic. So that means it has a president, not a monarch.
Henry VII was part of the Tudor dynasty or House of Tudor which was a European royal house of Welsh origin that ruled the Kingdom of England and its realms, including the Lordship of Ireland, later the Kingdom of Ireland, from 1485 until 1603. There is no direct link between Henry and the current British Royal Family who are descended from the House of Hanover.
Why do so many Irish institutions have the word Royal in front of them such as the Royal Dublin Society or the Royal College of Surgeons even though the country no longer has a royal family?
Because it was the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland up until 1921. From then on it was a Republic but many of the names of the Institutions and the operation of certain organisations remained pan Ireland. Also, Northern Ireland is still a part of the United Kingdom. In addition, certain British regiments recruit from across Ireland including the Irish Guards and the Royal Irish Regiment.
First you should know its not called 'The Royal Family of England' its the United Kingdom of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. the Queen is Elizabeth II, she has been queen for nearly 60 years. It's the longest reigning royal family ever (nearly 1000 years)
The British Royal Family The Norwegian Royal Family The Spanish Royal Family The Swedish Royal Family The Dutch Royal Family The Danish Royal Family The Belgian Royal Family The Thai Royal Family The Monegasque Princely Family The Luxembourgish Grand Ducal Family The Liechtensteiner Princely Family
Royal University of Ireland was created in 1882.
Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland was created in 1849.
Royal Geological Society of Ireland ended in 1894.
Royal Geological Society of Ireland was created in 1831.
Royal College of Science for Ireland was created in 1865.
The motto of Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland is 'Consilio Manuque'.
By the Grace of God, is the most common explanation as to why a Royal family is the Royal family.
the UK royal family is also the royal family of Australia
Yes, Royal Mail is the only Postal Service in Northern Ireland.
Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland was created on 1784-02-11.
As 'celtic' refers to a wide range of people speaking languages that belonged to the same family, and who had a similar culture, there is no single celtic royal family. In modern time, the celtic nations refer to no less than 6 diffrent territories who have all had their own celtic traditions and/or languages survive. The 6 territories are Brittany, Cornwall, Isle of Man, Ireland, Scotland and Wales. As such, there is no single royal… Read More
The Royal Family of Spain is the Bourbon family.
A "Royal" is a shortened way of referring to a member of the Royal Family, usually the British Royal Family.
No. Jamaica does not have a Royal family.
does france have a royal family ?
yes and no. The British Royal Family is the royal family of Fiji but not in Fiji. They visit on certain occasions
Fortunately,we don't have a royal family...
the russian royal family
Of course. Cleopatra's family was the royal family.
Faculty of Dentistry of the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland was created on 1784-02-11.
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There are several "royal families" in the world. Each has a different surname. The family name of the British Royal Family is Windsor.
Family is very important in Ireland.
Which royal family? Nearly every European country had a royal family at some point in history. The French royal family was imprisoned in the 1790s, during the French Revolution in which they were all beheaded at the guillotine.
France does not have a royal family.
Probably the Saudi royal family
The Royal Family name is Grimaldi.
There is no french royal family
no the royal family should not be banned
The royal family was once thought to be extinct, but now there is decedents of the family. They now own castles and property that was once owned by the Czech Royal Family. However, they are given no title so they are not considered to be 'royal'.
The royal family comes from the danish royal family, the Schleswig-Holstein-Glücksburg-Sonderburg. Though, if any surname is to be used for the Norwegian royal family, it is "Rex".
An example of a royal country would be the United Kingdom. Its royal family is the Windsor Family.
The family tree of the Canadian Royal Family is found the same place you find the family Tree of the British Royal Family. look the for ancestry of Queen Elizabeth II.
There has not been a Queen (or King) of England for over 300 years. England is a part of, but not the same as, The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. The British Royal Family, including Queen Elizabeth II, belong to The Royal House of Windsor.
No, currently (since 1795) there is no royal family in Poland.
It is Alaoui they are the current royal family of Morocco
The Almost Royal Family was created in 1984.
The British Royal Family, about £600 million
Neither has a Royal Family.
No members of the British Royal family are openly gay.
They are the royal family and they get money from the government :)