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Prince Charles putting the firm in order

While Queen Elizabeth II has always been lenient with her children and grandchildren, Prince Charles could be much less tender. To ensure the future of the monarchy, the heir to the throne no longer seems to want to concede the slightest favor to his youngest son, Prince Harry.

If the relationship is increasingly complicated between Prince Harry and his brother, Prince William, it is the same with his father, Prince Charles. Came to the United Kingdom to attend the funeral of his grandfather, Prince Philip, the Duke of Sussex has not managed to reconnect with his family. After the devastating interview given to Oprah Winfrey, the youngest son of Lady Diana has severely hurt his family. And if Elizabeth II has often supported, supported, forgiven her favorite grandson, the future heir to the throne should not be so conciliatory.

While the 95-year-old monarch is gradually leaving the reins to her eldest son, the latter intends to quickly impose his vision for the future of the crown. “Charles is working on a new, leaner monarchy and is keeping Harry out of the way. In fact, he already is. After the damage Harry has done to the family, he firmly believes his son doesn’t deserve the privilege of being a royal,” a source tells The Express.

He wants to change things and he will

An opinion shared by royal biographer Angela Levin. “Prince Charles has wanted to sort out the monarchy for a very long time to reduce spending and encourage family members to earn the money they receive from the taxpayer. I think at that point he will get rid of Meghan and Harry completely from the royal family,” she said. When the time comes for Prince Charles to ascend the throne, he will impose his vision of things, deemed less lenient than his mother’s. “He wants to change things and he will,” she said. In this context, Prince Harry could quickly become the black sheep of the British royal family, and remain in the United States, permanently cut off from his family.

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