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King and Queen of England! Today,
Queen Elizabeth officially announced
that she will be passing down her crown
to her grandson Prince William and his
wife Kate Middleton. This, of course,
means that the Queen has skipped over
her own son, Prince Charles, in the
British monarchy’s line of succession.
While the drama surrounding the royal
family has taken most of the attention
away from their policies and image
of regal stature, the Queen believes
implementing a younger generation
than her son is vital for the House of
Windsor to thrive in the future.
“Her Majesty realized that William
and Kate are the future,” said a palace
insider. “She has spent 65 years making
sure that the House of Windsor survives,
and she sees William and Kate as having
the energy and star quality to do the job
in a modern world. Queen Elizabeth will
always do what is best for the long-term
health of the monarchy.”
Her Majesty has also said that she truly
does not believe the monarchy has the
“respect and power it once had.” The
source continued, “In her eyes, William
and Kate are the two people who can
turn that around.”
So how does the King-to-be and
forever-Prince feel about the decision?
Unfortunately, the decision has caused
a rift between William and his father
Charles. According to the same insider,
their relationship has been strained,
but they will get used to it eventually.
Just like classic Brits, they’ll push their
feelings as deep down as possible!
And, of course, what does this mean
for the world’s most popular couple and
their young family? Since Prince George
and Princess Charlotte are only 4 and
2 years old, respectively, Kate is mostly
concerned about her role as a mother.
“She’s desperate to remain a hands-on
mom and worries about being in the
spotlight more,” says the palace insider.
So while the rest of the world is excited
for the change and step forward, it’s
important to remember that they are, in
fact, still trying to be a normal family.

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