Queen Elizabeth II Is Asked To Make This Heartbroken Decision Involving Prince William

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By the looks of things, Queen Elizabeth II will not give Prince William what he is dreaming of — an entire kingdom.

Royal experts and royal watchers have been wondering for many years, will the Queen break some major rules to make her grandson king instead of Prince Charles?

Many argued that Prince William is young, well connected, and therefore he has a more modern vision for the British Monarchy.

A vibrant Prince William proved during the coronavirus that he is capable of accepting the load and responsibilities dropped by other senior members of the royal family.

They also see his wife, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, as an asset who can sell the glamorized royal lifestyle to the rest of the world and make England enviable yet desirable to tourists and even investors.

Despite the fact that Prince William has shown he is ready to be a leader, the Queen, who “doesn’t believe in breaking the rules,” will not betray her principles.

Victoria Arbiter, who is an expert in all things royal, appeared in a documentary about Kate and William where she shared the following: “There are a lot of people who want to skip Charles and go straight to William. It would be shocking to skip Prince Charles, and I think that’s more driven by William’s youth.”

Reporter Simon added: “The Queen doesn’t believe in breaking the rules, and she does not want Charles to step aside when she passes. William doesn’t want that to happen. He will be William the 5th one day, and she will be Queen Catherine, and I honestly think what you see is what you get. They’re not fakes.”

Many also believe that the Queen will not change the rules for Prince William because of their complicated relationship.

Royal author Juliet Rieden spoke about the Queen and her grandson in this manner: “Prince William is going to be king one day. The Queen is 93, and she’s offloading a lot of her work both to her son and to her grandson. William has really had to up the ante and take on a lot of this heavy lifting.”

E! News royal correspondent Melanie Bromley described Prince William and the Queen’s relationship as followed it is “half family and half business.”

The future king remains a popular figure in the monarchy, but the media have turned their attention to his brother, Prince Harry, and his wife, Meghan Markle, who have opted to renounce their royal duty.

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