Dating way back to the 11th Century and the rule of William the Conqueror, the titles of "Baron" and "Baroness" were originally bestowed on noblemen to acknowledge the loyalty they had pledged to the new Norman king.
As such, the title Baron has rich associations with English nobility and is still associated with power and strength today – just think of people such as Margaret Thatcher...
Interestingly, in modern times, the title "baron" has become synonymous with powerful businessmen and highly successful entrepreneurs - for example, the media baron Robert Maxwell, or the selective group of oil barons who control the world's precious energy resource. In this new sense, the title "baron" conjures images of people who command respect and attention because of the enormous authority, influence and dominance they have over their niche.
Baron: With origins in the English feudal system, a baron is a rank of nobility and title of honour.
Baroness: The female equivalent to baron. It can be used by an unmarried woman in her own right, or by the wife of a baron.
Elite Titles makes it easy to be become a baron or baroness (for show purposes).
From outstanding hospitality to preferential treatment and even flight and hotel upgrades, all these experiences (and more) have been enjoyed by Elite Titles' customers over the years – simply because they had a title in their name.
And now you could enjoy these privileges too...
If you'd like to become a baron or baroness, simply choose between a Seated or Non-seated Title, pay your fee, and we'll do the rest. And whilst we can't guarantee you'll always get the best seats in the house, we're sure you'll have lots of fun using your new title.
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