Once Prince Charles takes the throne, many things will change. As part of his radical plan to reduce the Royal estate, he himself will have to make concessions to set an example for the rest of the Royal family. Here’s one of the big changes that awaits him.
The royal reshuffle affects everyone. For a while now, Prince Charles has been sharing his plan for the future of the monarchy. Exasperated by the current situation – his relationship with Prince Harry – he plans to cut back on the lifestyle of some by limiting the number of active members of the firm. When he accedes to the throne, this project will apply to himself. The Mirror media reveals a big change in his life.
No more Windsor Palace, Prince Charles will live in a royal apartment at Buckingham Palace when he becomes king. It is also understood that Prince William and Kate Middleton will move from Kensington Palace to Windsor Castle. A new residence that the Cambridge couple would like. This reshuffle also concerns the future of the palaces so. Once Prince Charles becomes king, it will be necessary to distribute the properties over two generations. A construction site of size.
Prince Charles: This new turn for the monarchy
After 72 years of life, the Queen’s worthy heir has had time to think about every detail of the plan he will put in place when he can sit on the throne. Royal author Angela Levin explained to TalkRadio, what Camilla’s husband envisions next. “Prince Charles has wanted for a very long time to downsize the monarchy to cut costs and make people earn the money they got from the taxpayer.
I imagine this could be the time when Prince Harry and Meghan will be dropped from the royal family. He wants to change, and I think he will,” she said. Elizabeth II has already begun by revealing the seven new senior members of the crown: Prince Charles and Camilla, Princess Anne, Prince William and Kate Middleton and finally Prince Edward and his wife Sophie of Wessex. With Prince Charles at the head of the British royal family, it should go straight!
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