Prince Charles doesn’t want Archie to get the title of Prince

Prince Charles doesn't want Archie to get the title of Prince

it is currently stable Queen Elizabeth (95) Regent of the British royal family, but one day his son Charles will take over the position. And then things could change for Archie in terms of the title of prince, because according to the British newspaper “The Sun,” a law from the then King George V, which is more than 100 years old, should make this possible. 1917 stipulated that all grandchildren automatically inherit a title as “prince” or “princess” from the male descendants of the throne holder. Archie is awarded a title as soon as grandfather Prince Charles (72) ascends the throne. In theory so much, but in practice Charles does not want that to apply as now reported in the English “Mail on Sunday”.

When Prince Charles one day becomes king, he wants to “dilute” the monarchy and minimize the number of royals in the front row. The 72-year-old also cites the issue of money as, in his view, the British do not necessarily want to pay for the growing monarchy. Charles had already told Harry and Meghan about this. For this, he is currently turning over all legal documents. Well, if it doesn’t cause new trouble again.(rga)

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