|Prince / Infante|
|Sovereign Prince / Fürst|
|Marquess / Marquis /
Margrave / Landgrave
|Count / Earl|
|Viscount / Vidame|
Princess consort is an official title or an informal designation normally accorded to the wife of a sovereign prince. The title may be used for the wife of a king if the more usual designation of queen consort is not used.
More informally, it may even be used to describe the family position of any woman who marries royalty non-morganatically, if the rank she derives from that marriage is at least that of a princess (e.g., Grace Kelly was Princess Consort during marriage, whereas Liliane Baels and Countess Juliana von Hauke are not usually so described).
The "consort" is often dropped when speaking or writing of a princess consort and the term is only capitalised when the title is borne officially.
It has been announced that the title is intended to be borne by Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, as an alternative to the traditional title of queen consort if her husband, Charles, Prince of Wales, becomes King of the United Kingdom, although British law allows her to be titled and styled as her husband's equal.
Previously, all women married to British kings regnant (except Mary II who was a joint-sovereign) have become queens consort. In addition, the husband of Mary I of England, Philip, was made king consort.
Current princesses consort
||Liechtenstein||13 November 1989||Hans-Adam II, Prince of Liechtenstein|
||Morocco||21 March 2002||Mohammed VI, King of Morocco|
||Monaco||1 July 2011||Albert II, Prince of Monaco|
- "The Royal Family — The Prince of Wales — Background". Retrieved 2011-08-21.