Prince Charles Plans To Cut Down The Royal Family To Just Himself And His Sons When He Becomes King, Reports Say

Date December 2, 2019

When Prince Charles becomes King of England, a lot is expected to change. While it's understood that all of his plans will take effect after the passing of Queen Elizabeth, there are some adjustments that could be made in the coming years.

According to Metro, Prince Charles may possibly take over the leadership of the royals when Her Majesty turns 95. It was reported that the Prince Of Wales recently met with his father Prince Philip to discuss steps to make amid Prince Andrew scandal.

These reports imply that Prince Charles and Queen Elizabeth II may be working out a scenario whereby he may take over some king-related duties once Her Majesty turns 95 in April 2021.

Prince Charles to trim Royal Family

The Daily Star has reported that Prince Charles has plans to strip down the royal family amid the Prince Andrew scandal. If true, these adjustments could mean the only royal family members that will be recognized will be Prince Charles and sons William and Harry.

It was reported that the heir to the British throne plans to cut down the number of working royals after his brother, the Duke of York, was forced to step down from his role.

Based on reports that Charles could take the Prince Regent role when the Queen turns 95, it appears that these changes may be made sooner than some might expect.

Prince Charles' role in Prince Andrew's resignation

According to The Standard, Prince Charles was the one who advised Her Majesty to relieve Prince Andrew of his duties.

Royal insiders told the publication that Charles felt it was the right choice if they wanted to protect the royal family.

A lot has been going on in the royal family lately including the Sussexes' decision not to spend Christmas with the family and Prince Andrew's resignation. And based on these recent reports, royal followers can look forward to more adjustments, all with the aim of keeping the monarchy going.

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