Duke of Normandy

The Duke of Normandy is the title of the reigning monarch of the Crown dependencies of the Bailiwick of Guernsey and the Bailiwick of Jersey. The title traces its roots to the Duchy of Normandy (of which the Channel Islands are remnants). Whether the reigning sovereign is male or female, the title remains Duke of Normandy.

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... was similar to the government that had existed under earlier dukes ... The duke travelled constantly around the duchy, confirming charters and collecting revenues ...

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