The Prince of Wales is always addressed, even by his most intimate friends, as "Sir." For example, on approaching, the etiquette is to say, "Sir, good morning." This is followed by one's continually addressing him as "Sir" on every and all other occasions.
The Princess is always addressed as ''Ma'am." Ward McAllister tells us so. — The Boston Herald, January 1, 1895
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