Forms of Address
Part of the development of your persona is to become familiar with appropriate forms of address.
King and Queen: Your Majesty, My Liege, My Lord King, My Lady Queen, Dread Lord/Lady (name of Kingdom)
Crown Prince and Princess Your Royal Highness, Your Highness, My Princes/ss, My Lord/Hady Heir, Lord Prince, Lady Princess.
Landed Prince and Priness Your Highness, My Liege, Lord Prince, Lady Princess.
Tanist/Tanista Your Excellency.Members of the Royal Peerage (and the equivalent sanctioned alternate titles:
Members of the Order of Peerage:
Landed Barons and Baronesses: Your Excellency, Lord baron, Lady Baroness, Baron (name of Barony)
Court Barons and Baronesses: Your Excellency, Lord Baron, Lady Baroness, Baron/Baroness (name of Kingdom) Baron or Baroness (their personal name)
Recipients of a Grant of Arms: Your Lordship, Your Ladyship, or Honorable Lord, Honorable Lady.
Holders of an Award of Arms: Lord (name) or Lady (name) or My Lord, My Lady.
When you are addressing someone and you are unaware or uncertain of their station, it is always kind to ask, "How may I call you?" Futher, bear in mind that many gentles prefer address according to their persona. It never really hurts to politely ask. It is always polite and permissable to address a stranger as "milord" or "milady".