Is Harry sabotaging the King’s plan to shrink the monarchy? Watch Palace Confidential
Is Harry sabotaging the King’s plans to shrink the monarchy? For the latest news, watch the unmissable royal talk show Palace Confidential
Is Harry sabotaging the King’s plans to shrink the monarchy? That’s the question being posed to royal experts on the unmissable royal talk show, Palace Confidential.
in the meantime prince harryHis decision to give titles to his children may have confused Charles III’s vision of the royal family.
A few days after the announcement from the Duke, Duchess of Sussex Buckingham Palace announced that their children Archie and Lilibet will be known as Prince and Princess. prince edward Promoted to Duke of Edinburgh.
speak above mail plus Richard Eden, editor of the talk show Daily Mail Diary, said: king charles After the Sussexes’ announcement, “there was little justification for not giving my brother the title that had been promised to him by his parents.”
It was widely believed that the king “didn’t intend to give” his brother the titles held by his father due to his broader plans to “slim down the monarchy”.
Royal experts discuss King Charles’ plans for a streamlined monarchy. They ask the question, “Did the Sussexes force Prince Edward to take the title of Duke of Edinburgh by giving their children the titles of Prince and Princess?”
Richard explained that since Edinburgh is the capital, there was a lot of “back and forth” in the decision, and he thought a direct royal line would be more appropriate.
But then, when Harry and Meghan started using the titles of Prince and Princess for their children, it became clear that this wasn’t going to happen, and King Charles justified not giving the titles to Prince Edward as promised by his parents. There was little we could do, Richard explained.
“It was a big deal and I really think it was behind it.”
However, by insisting that the title of Edinburgh be returned to the crown when Edward died, the king showed he had ace when it came to his son’s actions.
“I hear that part of the reason is because the King wants to stop Archie from inheriting the title of Duke of Sussex.
Speaking on the Mail Plus Royal talk show, Richard Eden (pictured), editor of the Palace Confidential Daily Mail Diary, said after the Sussexes’ announcement, King Charles “will give his brother the title promised by his parents.” I can hardly justify not doing so,” he said.
“The problem is he has to do it to all the Dukes. He doesn’t want to do it to the highly respected Duke of Gloucester and the Duke of Kent.”
Our panel also discussed the following stories in the Mail on Sunday: prince andrew He is “embarrassed” that he has not been given a share of his late mother’s estate.
Rebecca English, royal editor of the Daily Mail, said the king didn’t want to see his brother suffer, no matter what the duke’s friends said.
She explains: [the King’s] Brother at the end of the day
“But what the King sees as a just solution may not be the same as what Andrew sees as a just solution.”