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King Charles: - He will remove his brother and son

King Charles: – He will remove his brother and son

King Charles (73) was recently reviewed in social media, after he became known for it Prince Andrew, 62, could theoretically end up being able to defend the king.

In Great Britain, the king’s wife, Queen Camilla (75), as well as the next four in the line of succession over the age of 21, can intervene if the 73-year-old needs a replacement – for example in case of illness or travel abroad.

the National It reported this week that so far it means Prince William (40) and Prince Harry (38) could switch — as well as Prince Andrew and his daughter Princess Beatrice (34).

Frustrating: Here, British King Charles gets frustrated while signing. Video: Reuters / British swimming pool
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According to the British tabloid, telegraph King Charles is taking action now. He wants to change the law to cover only members of the royal family.

Temperatures?: Prince Andrew and Prince Harry could have come in to replace King Charles, but there may now be changes to the law, according to The Telegraph.  Photo: Kate Green / POOL / AFP / NTB

Temperatures?: Prince Andrew and Prince Harry could have come in to replace King Charles, but there may now be changes to the law, according to The Telegraph. Photo: Kate Green / POOL / AFP / NTB
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If the law is changed, it means Prince Andrew, Prince Harry and Princess Beatrice could lose their “protective” status, as none of them work in the British royal house.

Alternatively, the King’s sister, Princess Anne, and her brother, Prince Edward, could enter the list of alternatives.

provoked reactions

Several people on social media have expressed their displeasure that Prince Andrew may be able to nominate himself for the king. Many thought it unacceptable that King Charles had appointed these people to the job.

However, it is not true that the king appointed an interfering in his absence.

critic: On Saturday 10 September, King Charles signed the documents that would make him King of Great Britain. Two clips from the session went viral. They have been viewed over 22 million times on Twitter.

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The criterion for being a “Regent” stems from a law dating back to 1937, called the Regency Act. According to the law, it is precisely the four in the line of succession after the age of 21 who can abdicate the king, as stated in the document. NEWSWEEK.

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