Since King Charles III, who ascended the throne after Queen Elizabeth’s passing in September, has pledged to serve the kingdom for the rest of his life, Prince William will only be able to take the throne when Charles III has passed away.
In his first speech as king, the new king put an end to rumors about the monarchy’s future by stating that he would not abdicate. abdicate. This revelation put an end to the speculation.
Charles made the following statement: “As the Queen herself did with such unflinching dedication, I too now solemnly commit myself, throughout the remaining time God provides me, to safeguard the constitutional principles that are at the core of our nation.”
The 73-year-old monarch revealed to his subjects his company management strategies, putting an end to all rumours and speculation about his future role as ruler.
Some royal commentators believe that the new king is aware that his time on the throne may be brief and that he is acting as a “caretaker” of it for Prince William. Although this scenario is highly improbable, it is not completely out of the question. Speculations and rumours have circulated that Charles would abdicate the throne to his eldest son.
The same fortune teller, Jemima Packington, who correctly prophesied the passing of the Queen, also asserts that Camilla’s husband will pass the throne to Prince William in 2023.