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Thursday, August 10, 2017

Bombshell news is being reported out of Buckingham Palace. Yahoo News is reporting that Queen Elizabeth has decided that Prince William and his wife Princess Catherine will be next in line for the crown.

The Queen apparently has decided to skip over Prince Charles, making Prince William the next King of England. Her Majesty is focused on maintaining the longevity of the House of Windsor and she has concern over the scandals that have rocked the Royal Family. She doesn’t believe the Royal Family has the respect it once did. She believes William and Kate can change how the monarchy is viewed in the modern world.

“With all the drama that has surrounded the royal family over recent decades, Elizabeth realizes the monarchy no longer has the respect and power it once had. In her eyes, William and Kate are the two people who can turn that around,” an insider said.

“Her Majesty realized that William and Catherine are the future,” the insider continued. “She has spent 65 years making sure that the House of Windsor survives, and she sees William and Catherine as having the energy and star quality to do the job in a modern world.”

Queen Elizabeth even held a mock coronation of Catherine and William last month.

This has apparently caused a bit of a rift between William and Charles. Charles has been next in line to the throne longer than anyone else! But, apparently, the relationship is getting better as time passes.

Princess Diana was beloved throughout England. Charles’ reputation took a hit when he cheated on her and then ended up marrying his mistress. Skipping Charles for William seems like a move that will be applauded throughout Britain.

Share this if you would love to see William and Kate become the next King and Queen of England!

Source: Yahoo

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