Imperial Highness

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Imperial Highness is a style of address traditionally used by members of an emperor's family.[1] It ranks as the highest and most prestigious style used among royalty. It outranks the style of Royal Highness. The style is often associated with the title of Crown Prince.

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  1. Rodney P Carlisle, Encyclopedia of politics : the Left and the Right, Vol. 2 (Thousand Oaks: SAGE Publ., 2005), p. 849