Prince Charles has no intention of ceding the throne to William and Kate Middleton. And at the age of 72, she launches into sustainable fashion
Kate Middleton at Buckingham Palace with the tailored dress
Prince Charles turns 72 on November 14 and has no intention of ceding the throne to William and Kate Middleton when Elizabeth is no longer Queen.
These days, rumors about the succession to the Crown are chasing each other. There are those who take it for granted that Elizabeth is about to abdicate, those who deny it more completely in consideration of the fact that Buckingham Palace has announced great celebrations in 2022 on the occasion of the Platinum Jubilee for the 70 years of reign, who sees Charles as the obvious successor when he will be and who instead thinks about the generational leap and claims that the next King of Great Britain will be William.
Meanwhile, it seems that those directly involved, namely Queen Elizabeth, Charles and William do not intend to distort the natural line of succession. Her Majesty will remain on the throne as long as God wills, Charles will succeed her and then it will be William's turn. The important thing to keep the Monarchy stable seems to be Harry's exclusion, which is why the Duke of Cambridge said nothing about his positivity to the virus. On the other hand, Harry seems more committed to American political affairs.
The Prince of Wales therefore does not intend to yield in favor of his son William. The former Lady Diana's butler also reiterated this when the possibility emerged that the Sovereign would leave prematurely. Robert Lacey, an expert in real matters and author of the book Battle of the Brothers, has made it clear that the Platinum Jubilee is the confirmation that Elizabeth will go on to the end and Charles will stand by her side, ready to succeed her in perfect continuity.
Becoming King has always been the Prince of Wales' dream and he has no intention of taking a step back, despite the popularity of William and Kate Middleton being superior. Lacey is convinced of this and points out: “Even if Charles is the longest-lived heir to the throne ever and will be the oldest king when he is crowned, he has no intention of giving up his place. I don't think he will give up the fate he has waited so long ”. And the Queen herself is not in favor of ousting her son from the throne. Although, the expert clarifies that the Dukes of Cambridge would perhaps be better suited to take Elizabeth's place.
For his part, Carlo is more active than ever and does not really think about retiring to private life. And fresh from his 72 years, he goes into fashion, launching a collection of eco-sustainable models. In fact, Yoox net-a-porter and The Prince's Foundation, the association of the Prince created to promote environmental protection and support British craftsmanship, have signed an agreement for the creation of a collection of luxury ready- men's and women's to-wear consisting of eighteen items.
The models were designed by the students of the Fashion in Progress course at the Politecnico di Milano and made by young British tailors from the Dumfries House Textile Training Center, of the Prince's Foundation in Scotland. So, Carlo is more active than ever and William and Kate will have to wait a little longer before it's their turn.