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Even if James inherited the lairdship from his father, it's highly unlikely Pippa would still get titled as a Lady, because the practice has all but disappeared.
Lairdships are technically inherited in Scotland, so it was thought that James would become a Laird of of Glen Affric after David's death, thus making Pippa his "Lady."
AN ENGLISH cottage is on the market for pounds 190,000 - with a Lairdship thrown in for free.
Philip Moran, 54, bought the Lairdship of Glencairn in September 2000 and wants the Scottish links with Magic Cottage, in Northiam, Kent to be preserved after he and wife Joanne, 49, leave.
Gardenstown in Banffshire was the setting for ITV show The Baron, where three celebrities competed for the lairdship of the village.
Current owners of the property are Philip Moran, who bought himself the lairdship for a token sum, and his wife Joanne.
I already got given a lairdship about a month ago, which makes me a Lord in England, but I'm changing my name to McMoyles.
His Lairdship could relax in the 21ft sitting room with its built-in drinks cabinet and inglenook fireplace, or dine in the beamed dining room.
He paid well-earned money for his lairdship and is taking on the responsibilities that go with it.