First--welcome! Always nice to see a new user.
However, one of the rules of the Forum is:
PLEASE USE STANDARD SPELLINGS OF NAMES AND PLACES. In order for the search function to work best, we ask that standard spellings of Historical names and places be used. Read them here:http://forum.alexanderpalace.org/index.php?topic=770.0
"Hi guys. With some many people posting now, in order for the search function to work at its best to find information, we will now ask you to use these standard ENGLISH spellings when posting in the forum UNLESS directly quoting a source. We know that these words can be spelled differently in other languages, but we want the search to return as many results as possible. So, for example, if you spell "Sergei" as in Russian, the search for "SERGE" in English, it will not be found."
(caps courtesy of the FA's original post)
That's why the name should be spelled out with perhaps a well-recognized, not-overly-familiar nickname in parenthesis to differentiate between the myriad of Victorias, Maries, etc... Merely distinguishing them by titles doesn't work when many of grand ducheses/princesses/queens all have the same name (in any language).