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King Charles and Prince William Advocates for Streamlined Monarchy Amidst Royal Duties

Monday, July 8, 2024 • Tamil Comments
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King Charles wants to streamline the monarchy and minimize Buckingham Palace balcony scenarios with non-working royals. The Princess of Wales and Princess Royal are absent, leaving the Royal Family stretched thin while fulfilling their obligations and philanthropic work.

Former BBC Royal journalist Jennie Bond supports the claim that the Royal workforce will not be expanded. "I believe a slimmed-down Royal Family is the right model for the future," she said. She noted that this strategy is common among European monarchies and answers taxpayer concerns. Jennie added, "Hiring additional royals will exacerbate that criticism. William's strategy of occasionally involving his relatives for festivities adds a personal touch and gives them privacy."

Jennie backs the King and Prince William's modest, accountable royal team. Her comments came amid claims that Prince William wants to shrink the Royal Family. The Prince's insider informed Richard Eden of The Daily Mail, "His Royal Highness won't be inviting anyone else to become working royals." Eden said that William may not want his younger children to be working royals.

Sophie, Duchess of Edinburgh, is the only other royal under 60, therefore William and Kate may be the only full-time royals. William admires tiny European monarchs, according to the insider. Princess Anne doubts this. She hesitated on these changes in a rare CBC News interview, saying, "It doesn't sound good from here. I'm unsure about our options." said, "You know what you're getting with him; he's committed to his level of service, and that will remain true."

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