Lady Isabella, Duchess of Fishrock

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Lady Isabella
Duchess of Fishrock, Viscountess Berwyn
Duchess of Fishrock
Tenure28 December 2011-present
Preceded byTitle established
FatherLord Jeffery
MotherLady Marla

Lady Isabella, Duchess of Fishrock DH DFN (commonly known as Izzy) is a Florenian peeress and member of the Florenian Royal Family. She is a cousin of Prince Nathan, Prince Henry, and Prince Zachary and a niece of Queen Jane and Eran of Florenia. On 28 December 2011, Parliament accorder Isabella to title of Duchess of Fishrock and on 9 September 2013 the style of "Her Grace." She is the highest ranking Florenian peer who does not hold the style of "royal highness."

Isabella had a large interest in Floren Pond, which prompted Prince Nathan to rename Norton Island, a small island originally named after Emperor Norton, to Izzy Island, after the Duchess. She received the Dukedom of Fishrock because of her personal liking of the area it comprises within the Dominion of Afula.

Titles and styles

Royal Family of Florenia
Royal coat of arms of Florenia

HM The King
HM The Queen

HRH The Duchess of Southbury

  • HRH The Duke of Wolcott
    HRH The Duchess of Wolcott
    • HRH Prince Noah of Wolcott
  • HRH The Duchess of Milton
    HRH The Duke of Milton
    • HRH Prince Daniel of Milton
    • HRH Princess Nina of Milton
      HRH Prince Richard of Milton

  • Reference Style: Her Grace
  • Spoken Style: Your Grace
  • Alternative Style: Ma'am

  • birth - 20 December 2011: Miss Isabella
  • 20 December 2011 - 28 December 2011: The Lady Isabella
  • 28 December 2011 - 30 September 2012: The Duchess of Fishrock
  • 30 September 2012 - 9 September 2013: The Honorable Duchess of Fishrock
  • 9 September 2013 – present: Her Grace The Duchess of Fishrock

Full title

Her Grace Lady Isabella, Duchess of Fishrock, Viscountess Berwyn, Fourteenth in line to the Throne of the Kingdom of Florenia, Dame Companion of Honor, Dame of the Florenian National Order