Princess Charlotte may one day be called Princess Royal, but the 3-year-old is also entitled to receive another title.

According to royal expert Marlene Koenig, Princess Charlotte could get a peerage like Kate Middleton due to the recent changes in the Succession to the Crown Act in 2013.

“Now with gender equal succession, I think it would be more possible to grant a peerage to Charlotte. Prince Louis will get one when he marries, so it would only be fair if Charlotte was named a Duchess on her wedding day. She and her children will be ahead of Louis’ line in the succession. Prince Louis will get one when he marries, so it would only be fair if Charlotte was named a Duchess on her wedding day. She and her children will be ahead of Louis’ line in the succession,” she told Express.

Alahna Kindred, a journalist for Express, said that when Prince Charles becomes king one day, Prince William he will take over the dukedom. Prince William will take over the titles Duke of Cornwall and Prince of Wales so Princess Charlotte will be known as Princess Charlotte of Wales.

In related news, Princess Charlotte may also be known as Princess Royal when her dad takes over the throne. However, Duncan Larcombe, a royal expert, told Town & Country that this title won’t automatically be given to Princess Charlotte.

“The title of Princess Royal is traditionally bestowed on the eldest daughter of the monarch. It is a title that remains for life, so Princess Charlotte will have to wait at least until the death of the current Princess Royal,” he said.

Princess Anne currently holds the title since she’s the only daughter of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip. But even after her demise, there is still no guarantee that Princess Charlotte will be called Princess Royal. This will all depend on whether Prince William will bestow her with the recognition.