Looks like King Charles needs a long vacation from all the drama the Royal family is surrounded with. According to reports, the head of the Commonwealth King Charles III, and the Queen consort Camilla are planning the largest-ever series of royal tours to extend “a hand of friendship and support.” Although the King is planning this massive series of tours across the world to commence his reign, the timing seems a bit odd to many people.
All eyes are on the new monarch, who is expected to play a “major support role” during his solo trips both in the United Kingdom and abroad. The tour, which is expected to last two years, is proposed to aim at making friendly relations and offering a hand of support to the Commonwealth countries following the passing of Queen Elizabeth II.
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King Charles plans to make a good first impression during his reign
Sources have revealed the King is ‘acutely aware’ that he has taken upon the royal throne at a time of grave political unrest across a number of Commonwealth countries as they consider ditching the monarchy altogether. The King has reportedly opened discussions with his chief advisers over visits to major British realms including Australia and Canada “as soon as possible.” He has also raised the importance of visiting the 14 other nations where he is king.
An unnamed royal source told The Daily Mirror: ‘The King and his family are keen to hit the ground running in these crucial first few months and years of his reign.” The source also revealed, “He certainly wants to carry on the long-held mantra from his late mother of being seen to be believed, and is very keen to get out and meet as many people as possible” Apparently, the new King is keen to make a good first impression of ruling the reign for the coming years.
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King Charles may even head on as many tours as the late Queen undertook in the 1970s
The royals could visit as many countries as the late Queen Elizabeth II did during her 25th jubilee celebrations when she touched down in 52 Commonwealth countries and 21 other states. Sources revealed that the King could undertake just as many trips in the upcoming series of tours. Reportedly, the King has already begun planning his visits to Australia and Canada for “as soon as possible”.
New Zealand, Australia, and a number of Commonwealth realms in the Caribbean are top of the monarch’s priority list, the Mirror reported. The King is also expected to undertake a number of solo trips, both at home and overseas. Countries in Asia, including India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh, are also set to be visited by him and his consort. Following Brexit, the Foreign Office is also keen to send the crown to build bridges with European countries such as France and Germany.
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King Charles will not tolerate Meghan Markle and Prince Harry anymore
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle could be stripped of their royal titles as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex if the Netflix documentary series makes false claims, a royal expert said. “King Charles won’t hold back and might even deprive the Sussex family of their titles, along with those of their children Archie and Lilibet”, according to Royal expert Katie Nicholl.
Nicholl further reported about how King Charles III will not hold back and Prince Harry and Meghan Markle would see his “ruthless side” if anything that tarnishes the reputation of the royal family is part of the upcoming Netflix documentary. Amidst the whole drama the Sussexes seem to create, the King is trying to remain calm and is completely focusing on the upcoming planning of the royal tours.
Source: The Sun