Are you thinking of becoming a “sir” or a “dame”?
To help, here are some quick definitions that explain the meaning of these highly recognisable titles:
Sir: A title of honour for a knight that originates from the Old French word “sieur”.
Dame or Lady: The female equivalent of the title “sir” that can be used by a woman in her own right.
In the UK, the titles “sir” and “dame” are closely associated with the New Year’s Honours and the Queen’s Birthday Honours lists. This highly prestigious occasion happens when the British monarch awards knighthoods to extraordinary subjects, in recognition of their great achievement or outstanding service. .
Therefore, if you choose the title of sir (dame or lady if you’re female), you’ll be in good company. That’s because modern-day knights and dames include a number of highly esteemed sportsmen and women, as well as numerous, super successful individuals from TV, media and other walks of life.
I’m sure you’re familiar with people such as:
Whilst we can’t sell you a knighthood, if you’d like to become a sir or a dame for show purposes, Elite Titles makes it easy...
First, choose either the Seated or Non-seated options.
Next, purchase your new “title” from us. We’ll seamlessly handle all the legalities involved with changing your title, and in return, you’ll receive a beautifully presented Document Pack along with all the details you need, to start using and enjoying your new title immediately.
“Hi Andrew, just to let you know my title is now on everything. Bank looked at the title they said it’s looking good how did you manage to get your title so I showed all the paper work so my bank sent me out 3 new check books with my title I’m over the moon thanks to you guy's that work with Elites title 1st class.”
Sir R - UK (October 2013)
“Hi there, thanks again for my title. It's really good. Got great seats on flight going to Oz showed the ticket got 1st class seat. Can’t get better than that... all the best for Christmas...”
Sir RM - UK (November 2011)
“I forgot to tell you, when coming home from Thailand - Bangkok to London, July, they upgraded my seat to first class at no extra charge, I really was treated like.... Sir M.”
Sir M - UK (June 2010)
And whilst your new Elite Title won’t get you a one-to-one encounter with the Queen or a mention in her Honours List, it does offer an easy way to raise your social status, have some fun and perhaps even enjoy a little preferential treatment of your own.