Put a “Spring” in your step this season with an Elite Title…

March 1st was meant to be the start of Spring… The first weekend saw the “Beast from the East” blow in and leave the country under a blanket of snow which lasted a couple of days!  Then yesterday a “Mini” Beast from the East hit parts of the country leaving a lot more snow than it’s pedecessor 2 weeks ago.  We are based in Devon and we took the full force with lots of cars stuck and folk cut off from the rest of the county.  And to think this is 2018 when we should be so well prepared for things like this!

Of course the upside of this is that it presented some lovely scenic views – more akin to Christmas!

Snow covered landscape in South Devon

Spring time Snow!

Hopefully this will be the last of the white stuff and we can all look forward to a warm Easter at the end of the month.  Wishful thinking?

We have had a number of enquiries recently (from snowbound folk I expect!) asking which is the best / most popular Title?  This is never an easy question to answer – is the client male or female for a start.

Lord and Lady remain the “most popular” but don’t let that stop you considering any of the 13 others we offer.  Next is to decide which service you want and that may well depend on your budget – our service starts at £195 (plus postage) for a single Elite Title followed by our mid-range Seated Titles priced at £995, and concludes with the Lord of the Manor service at £1495.  The last two services include 1 or 2 applicants so are even better value should a couple decide to take the plunge! (You don’t have to be married either.)

So there you have it – Lord and Lady remain the “favourites” after 20 years selling Titles to clients Worldwide!

Hi Andrew, I hope you had a very festive Christmas. Just like to say a big thank you as the documentation arrived all in good order and my wife was frilled to bits with it, she got to open it on Christmas morning, and now keeps on referring to me as LORD … and herself as LADY … in all or conversations. Again thanks also for your prompt reply on Christmas Eve it was much appreciated. Take care and have a Happy and prosperous New Year. All the best
Lord H – UK – December 2012

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