Fit To Be King – Queen Elizabeth’s Choice For The Next King

Queen Elizabeth’s grandson, Prince William will become King, which meant that Prince Charles was skipped from taking this roll. This revelation has caused quite a scuffle between the Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton and her mother-in-law Camilla Parker Bowles.

The Queen thinks that Prince William and Kate Middleton are closer to being ready for the throne than Prince Charles. She noted that the numerous scandals, including his affair with Camilla while still married to Princess Diana, as the reasons for this decision.

The Queen also said that the two were more ready to take the throne int the modern age. This could be true as there is a significant age different between Prince Charles and his son, Prince William.

This whole situation has apparently angered Camilla Parker Bowles as she thinks it is Kate Middleton that is pushing for the position. Things are happening very fast here and we need to be ready for a change at a moment’s notice. The Queen is preparing them for everything that they will need to know.

We are getting more and more close to a change in the Crown . It has even been reported that Palace Communications staff are being ordered to be up-to-date on the 1937 Regency Act. This Act gives power to the heir.

Not only this, but it has also surfaced that the Queen had a mock coronation of Prince William and Kate Middleton only a few weeks ago. This sent rumors spreading like wildfire as to who was going to be next in line for the throne.

All of this has greatly angered Bowles, who thinks they are trying to go over her husband’s head with all of this. Many others think that this is a sort of revenge for Charles’ careless mistake. His affair during his marriage to Diana hurt the throne in more ways than one. They have never come back fully from this scandal.

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