The naming of a Royal Carriage is serious business! This task is not to be taken lightly, for the Queen must depend upon this Royal conveyance for both her State Affairs and the day-to-day management of her Kingdom! Many stately coaches have come before her, so Her Royal Carriage V must have a name even more powerful and important than her most memorable ancestors! (HRC III Sally Silverado can be seen in the background!)
There is specific protocol that MUST be followed in the naming of a Royal Coach!
1. All identities must begin with the "HRC" nomenclature, identifying the vehicle as both a Royal Carriage and a supporter of equal treatment for all!
2. The title must alliterate. (google it, Maddie!) This is a long-standing tradition among Royal Carriages and must be followed!
3. The values of the machine's origins should be respected. Ethnic and cultural heritage should be evident in the naming.
That being said, we have a couple of "technical difficulties", but Queen Ginger is confident that her GingerSnaps are up to the task!
First, her actual "given" name is quite unwieldy. "MKX" is a rather unfortunate birth name, but we Royals have dealt with that for years! I mean, "Shlesweig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glucksburg" doesn't have nearly the ring of, say, "Windsor", now does it? Perhaps we can focus on the name given by her father's side of the family, whose honesty and integrity shape the history of our country!
Secondly, she, like many Royals, is a bit of a "mutt". While she carries a decidedly American surname, she was actually assembled in Canada. And judging by the color of her skin, I'm pretty sure my dearly departed King Daddy would say she appears "to have a little cream in her coffee!"
So, what's it gonna be, dear GingerSnaps? Leave your recommendations for the new carriage's name in the comments!!