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This is somewhat uncommon, especially to use the names of both the mother and father's house. However; my knowledge is mostly in England and the UK. I know that James I of England took his mother (Mary Queen of Scots) house name of Stuart, but his father was regent only and was a complete scoundrel. However, Mary Queen of Scots kept her house name of Stuart from her father, James V of Scotland. 

Queen Victoria remained at the house of Hanover even though her husband, Prince Albert (who was regent only) kept his house name of Saxe Coburg-Gotha. Their son, King Edward VII, who succeeded the throne after Victoria's death took his father's house name instead of his mother's, who was actually the Queen. William

William and Mary of the house of Orange, Queen Anne of the house of Hanover, Queen Mary I and Queen Elizabeth I both of the house of Tudor had no children to survive to adulthood. Queen Elizabeth II naturally assumed her Father (George VI) house of Windsor. So

So, I am pretty sure that when Prince Charles succeeds to the throne that he will take the house of Windsor, which is his mother's, but it was first taken by his great-grandfather George V, so it is not like Elizabeth II created her own house. Here is a great websitegreat website if you want to check my facts:http://www.britroyals.com/index.htm.

This is somewhat uncommon, especially to use the names of both the mother and father's house. However; my knowledge is mostly in England and the UK. I know that James I of England took his mother (Mary Queen of Scots) house name of Stuart, but his father was regent only and was a complete scoundrel. However, Mary Queen of Scots kept her house name of Stuart from her father, James V of Scotland. Queen Victoria remained at the house of Hanover even though her husband, Prince Albert (who was regent only) kept his house name of Saxe Coburg-Gotha. Their son, King Edward VII, who succeeded the throne after Victoria's death took his father's house name instead of his mother's, who was actually the Queen. William and Mary of the house of Orange, Queen Anne of the house of Hanover, Queen Mary I and Queen Elizabeth I both of the house of Tudor had no children to survive to adulthood. Queen Elizabeth II naturally assumed her Father (George VI) house of Windsor. So, I am pretty sure that when Prince Charles succeeds to the throne that he will take the house of Windsor, which is his mother's, but it was first taken by his great-grandfather George V, so it is not like Elizabeth II created her own house. Here is a great website if you want to check my facts:http://www.britroyals.com/index.htm

This is somewhat uncommon, especially to use the names of both the mother and father's house. However; my knowledge is mostly in England and the UK. I know that James I of England took his mother (Mary Queen of Scots) house name of Stuart, but his father was regent only and was a complete scoundrel. However, Mary Queen of Scots kept her house name of Stuart from her father, James V of Scotland. 

Queen Victoria remained at the house of Hanover even though her husband, Prince Albert (who was regent only) kept his house name of Saxe Coburg-Gotha. Their son, King Edward VII, who succeeded the throne after Victoria's death took his father's house name instead of his mother's, who was actually the Queen.

William and Mary of the house of Orange, Queen Anne of the house of Hanover, Queen Mary I and Queen Elizabeth I both of the house of Tudor had no children to survive to adulthood. Queen Elizabeth II naturally assumed her Father (George VI) house of Windsor.

So, I am pretty sure that when Prince Charles succeeds to the throne that he will take the house of Windsor, which is his mother's, but it was first taken by his great-grandfather George V, so it is not like Elizabeth II created her own house. Here is a great website if you want to check my facts.

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This is somewhat uncommon, especially to use the names of both the mother and father's house. However; my knowledge is mostly in England and the UK. I know that James I of England took his mother (Mary Queen of Scots) house name of Stuart, but his father was regent only and was a complete scoundrel. However, Mary Queen of Scots kept her house name of Stuart from her father, James V of Scotland. Queen Victoria remained at the house of Hanover even though her husband, Prince Albert (who was regent only) kept his house name of Saxe Coburg-Gotha. Their son, King Edward VII, who succeeded the throne after Victoria's death took his father's house name instead of his mother's, who was actually the Queen. William and Mary of the house of Orange, Queen Anne of the house of Hanover, Queen Mary I and Queen Elizabeth I both of the house of Tudor had no children to survive to adulthood. Queen Elizabeth II naturally assumed her Father (George VI) house of Windsor. So, I am pretty sure that when Prince Charles succeeds to the throne that he will take the house of Windsor, which is his mother's, but it was first taken by his great-grandfather George V, so it is not like Elizabeth II created her own house. Here is a great website if you want to check my facts:http://www.britroyals.com/index.htm