Prince William Might Break Record After Queen Elizabeth II’s Reign

Prince William could break all previous records once he becomes King – the first of this century.

Prince William will be the successor of Prince Charles.

During Queen Elizabeth II’s reign, royal fans suppose that there might be huge fluctuations to the monarchy once she steps down. Her Majesty’s time off could give birth to a dissimilar style to the next monarchs.

As per royal expert Ian Lloyd, the forthcoming monarchs would not devote their entire lives to helping the Firm. As a replacement, the British monarchy’s upcoming generation might follow the setup of European countries.

Their well-established system allows King or Queen to retire once they reach a certain age. This way, they could prevent themselves from holding onto their roles after getting older.

“Most of the other monarchies in Europe have abdications – for example, King Juan Carlos of Spain, Queen Beatrix of The Netherlands, and Albert II, the King of Belgium retired,” Lloyd told Express UK. “The abdication and retirement of monarchs are commonplace in Europe.

Though, he realized that this alteration might only be practical during the Duke of Cambridge’s reign since Prince Charles would highly likely spend the rest of his life as King.

The royal expert noted that Her Majesty endures living on her well-known newcomer.

People have not seen someone surrender their duties yet. But resignation actually turns out to be a choice of some influence in the past.

The micky.com.au wrote that in December 1936, King Edward VIII abdicated to marry an American socialite, Wallis Simpson. The Duke of Windsor wanted to protect his mother Queen Mary and Queen Elizabeth from any public damages if they ignored his American wife.

In 2013, journalist Simon Edge claimed, “[But] he stressed that he was far from happy with the arrangement and he wasn’t prepared to abide by it for much longer.”

In the meantime, King George III permitted his son to rule by substitution until he died in 1820.

Queen Elizabeth II swore during her 21st birthday that she would serve the Crown, the country, and the Commonwealth for the rest of her life. However, her cousin Margaret Rhodes said that abdication could only happen if the Queen suffers from a stroke or Alzheimer’s.

Despite her old age, Her Majesty is perfectly fine and slows down even after Prince Philip’s death. She continued her royal duties right after her husband’s funeral and held a meeting with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

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