Future Of The Royal Family After The Death Of Queen Elizabeth
- Royal Family
- September 16, 2022
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In 1953, a day came when the beloved Queen Elizabeth II was moved towards the crown. The strong-willed lady and the kind-hearted Queen’s ruling period was the longest reign in British history. She was one of the monarchs who ruled for seven decades. After ruling in the hearts of millions of people, the Queen died peacefully, at the age of 96. Obviously, the groundbreaking news of the Queen’s death was shocking when she left her fans doleful.
King Charle’s Coming Reign
The reign of Queen Elizabeth II was unique, extensive in history, 70 years of span, and challenging. Now we enter the era of King Charles III and now the challenge for him is how to become steadfast, constant, and a great monarch like his late mother. The foremost challenge for him is accepting the challenges that the royal family has faced in the past and how he builds a better future for the Commonwealth and the nation’s realm. Moreover, social media has now started the discussion among people about how their forefathers encountered the difficulties during her reign and how it still affects the communities today.
Public Reaction To New Monarch
It’s up to new King Charles III and his heir Prince William, the new Prince of Wales, to try and reconcile with these communities in order to take the Royal Family into the next generation. When TIME conversate with the mourners who gathered on the death of the Queen, they concluded that no one expected the conflict during the reign of Charles, unlike his mother. One civilian told outside the Beckingham Palace that “It will never be the same”. One said, “ Every ruler creates their own impression on the country”. It seems that Charles would not bear the burden, unlike his mother, for the next 70 years. He just needs a very long time to pass it to the next generation.
Major Changes For The Royal family
King Charles’ wife, Camilla, will become queen consort. The new monarch will take part in the Queen’s annual Christmas broadcast. Her parliamentary and ceremonial duties will also be passed to the new ruler. The king will celebrate two birthdays like the Queen and people will be invited to the celebration. The son of King Charles, Harry’s title will not be changed, although the second son of King, Prince William has now become Cornwall’s Duke.
Prince Harry is now fifth in the line to be the monarchy. Major changes will take place for the children of Harry, as they are the grandchildren of the ruling monarch. While Lilibet Diana (daughter of Prince Harry) and Archie Harrison (son of Prince Harry) will not be entitled to the prince and princess, they are now just called the grandchildren of King Charles.