This Is Prince Charles’s Master Plan To Drastically Transform The British Monarchy When He Takes The Throne From Queen Elizabeth II — His Ideas Have Already Led To Fights With His Family

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The numerous other royal families in Europe have inspired Prince Charles to walk away from how Queen Elizabeth II governed and take a different path when he is crowned king of England.

For several years, Prince Charles has been diligently working on a master plan to change things in Buckingham Palace when he becomes king.

According to royal insiders, Queen Elizabeth II’s oldest son is not a huge fan of the way she ruled.

Nigel Cawthorne, the author of Prince Andrew: Epstein and the Palace, revealed Prince Charles is set to modernize the roles of members of the English royal family as it has been done in other countries like the Netherlands, Denmark, Sweden, and Norway.

To make the constitutional monarchy of the United Kingdom more suitable for the 21st century, Charles, Prince of Wales, will gut out the sense of entitlement among royal family members.

The future head of the United Kingdom and the other Commonwealth realms will make sure those who have the privilege of being born into royalty do understand that it comes with many responsibilities.

Cawthorne said this about the modification set to take place in the monarchy of the United Kingdom: “The idea of the monarchy he sees, and he seems to be supported by William and, increasingly, it would appear the Queen, is one that suits the 21st century. Like the Windsors’ relatives who reign in the Netherlands, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Belgium, and Spain, he prefers to dampen a sense of entitlement among royals.”

Cawthorne also had this to add: “Being born as a Windsor is a privilege, but it doesn’t mean that being a certain number in line to throne implies an entitlement to housing and other perks of The Firm. Furthermore, Prince Charles would feel that such privilege comes with great responsibility.”

The author pointed out that there is an upside to Prince Charles’s decision to dramatically shrink the size of the monarchy. It will protect the members of the Royal Family who have a disdain of public life.

He elaborated: “Not every royal is equally suited for a public role, and others may not want a life in the spotlights. Prince Charles and Prince William have no choice in the matter, and nor will Prince George in due course. But for other Windsors, a royal role is both a gift and a personal choice.”

Prince Charles’s commitment to stripping some royals from their gigs, titles, and lavish lifestyles has angered Prince Andrew, who thinks his daughters — Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice of York — will be hit the hardest.

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