Duke of Northumbria

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Dukedom of Northumbria
Coronet of a Duke.svg
Shield of arms of the Duke of Northumbria.svg
Blazon Or ermined azure
Creation date 2018 (first creation)
2019 (second creation)
Created by John I (both creations)
Peerage Peerage of Baustralia
First holder Cameron, 1st Duke of Northumbria
Present holder William, 1st Duke of Northumbria
Remainder to the 1st Duke's heirs male of the body lawfully begotten.
Subsidiary titles
  • Earl Northumbria
  • Baron of Warkworth

Duke of Northumbria is a title that has been created twice in the peerage of Baustralia. It's current holder is William, 1st Duke of Northumbria. Named after the Kingdom of Northumbria, it is a substantive title that has been created twice for foreign heads of state. Originally created for Cameron I of Ikonia, it's current holder is William Wilson, a Baustralian citizen.

2018 creation

The title was first created in the Peerage of Baustralia in 2018 for Cameron I of Ikonia. In 2019 however, after Cameron signed the Concordia Pact, he advanced into Parliament an Act to revoke and bar him from all honours and styles in Baustralia, and the title became extinct.

2019 creation

The title was created in the Peerage of Baustralia in 2019 for William Wilson, who holds the Phoklandian archdukedom of Wilson, and the March of Novaria. Along with this, the subsidiary titles of Earl of Northumbria, and Baron of Warkworth were created.

List of officeholders

2018 creation

Created by John I of Baustralia
Name Period Duchess Notes Other titles
Cameron, 1st Duke of Northumbria
(2006-)
2018-2019 King of Ikonia

2019 creation

Created by John I of Baustralia
Name Period Duchess Notes Other titles
William, 1st Duke of Northumbria
(2002-)
2019- Archduke of Wilson
Earl of Northumbria
Marquis of Novaria
Baron of Warkworth

See also