News about the British royals in the GALA ticker: Princess Beatrice’s baby has been accepted into the line of succession. +++ Therefore, Princess Charlotte could become the richest family member of the Royals +++ Prince Charles reveals a previously unknown detail about grandson Prince George in a documentary
News about the royals in the GALA ticker
October 21, 2021
Princess Beatrice: Baby Sienna is now officially part of the British line of succession
It’s just a side note that Princess Beatrice, 33, should still be happy about. One month after the birth of their daughter Sienna Elizabeth Mapelli Mozzi, the website of the royal family has now been updated. The reason: The first child of the Queen’s granddaughter and her husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, 38, was officially admitted to the throne by the palace – in eleventh place behind her mother and her grandfather Prince Andrew, 61.
It is not uncommon for the succession to the throne on the British royal family’s website not to be updated immediately after a birth. For example, Prince Harry’s son Archie, 2, took two weeks. Nevertheless, only a few months ago caused the fact that Duchess Meghan’s daughter Lilibeth Diana was still not listed on the website almost seven weeks after her birth, causing a great media stir. Shortly thereafter, the website was updated – and Lili was added as number eight in the British line of succession.
With this look, she breaks a royal fashion rule
October 20, 2021
Princess Charlotte could become the richest member of the royal family
Princess Charlotte already attracts everyone’s attention at the age of six. The daughter of Duchess Catherine, 39, and Prince William, 39, enchants with her cheeky smile and her lively manner. As a study by the company “Electric Ride on Cars” now predicts, the Charlotte hype will not level off in the coming decades . On the contrary: The toy company recorded in the study that Charlotte will one day have a net worth of up to 3.6 billion pounds (approx. 4.2 billion euros).
This puts the Mini-Royal in first place in the study, ahead of its big brother Prince George, 8, (estimated value 2.6 billion euros) and three-year-old Prince Louis (853 million euros). The reason? Princess Charlotte could trigger the “Kate Middleton Effect” in her adult life. A phenomenon that began with Charlotte’s grandmother Princess Diana, † 36, and is continued by Duchess Catherine: It relates to the fashion influence that the royals have through their choice of clothes. Lady Di’s style decisions shaped most of the fashion of the 1990s. Kate’s outfits are often sold out just hours after the Duchess was seen in them. It is believed that Charlotte’s value quickly skyrockets into billions due to her fashion influence, leaving her two brothers and cousin Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, 2, behind.
October 18, 2021
Prince Charles reveals a special interest that he and Prince George share
Prince Charles, 72, is setting an important example with his participation in the documentary “COP26: In Your Hand”. The Royal campaigns for climate change education and explains that not only he and his son Prince William, 39, are great advocates of sustainability and problem solving in the face of climate disasters, but also grandson Prince George, 8, who are very aware of this The urgency of this issue.
“Your future depends on the future of the planet”, is how Prince Charles formulates his appeal to the younger generation. That Prince George understands the damage caused by global warming is apparently a matter close to the heart of the 72-year-old. “I’m old enough to have a grandson. Like you, he’s learning how climate change is causing the major storms and floods, droughts, fires and food shortages we are experiencing around the world,” said Charles.
Among other things, the royal offspring learns this from his family – Prince William is setting an important example in the fight against climate change with the Earthshot Prize Award – but also at school, where George and his classmates picked up rubbish inside. An action that heightened the little prince’s awareness. Prince Charles and Prince William set a good example and encourage the next generation, whether royal or not, to understand the central role of the issue.
Prince Charles or Prince William? He is supposed to be the next monarch
It’s a topic that has been hotly debated in Great Britain for decades: Should Prince Charles, 72, clear the way for his son Prince William, 39, and renounce his right of inheritance as the future king? Most of the British people seem to want the eldest son of Charles to be the next monarch and representative of the crown. A recent survey, carried out from October 13-15, 2021, paints the picture of an unpopular Prince Charles again, albeit with a minimal twist.
As “Express” reports, 3,042 adult British were asked who they would like to be on the throne after the death of Queen Elizabeth, 95. 41 percent voted for Prince William, while 30 percent are for the tradition to continue and for Prince Charles to inherit from his mother. A result that has dominated the minds of the British for the past few years. However, there is an interesting trend to be followed: Apparently, Prince Charles is gaining popularity. As recently as April 2021, William obtained a whopping 47 percent approval, while Charles received only 27 percent at the time. In 2011, 60 percent of those questioned wanted Prince William to be the future king – a clear turnaround!
Prince Charles has always fought against his damaged image – the divorce from Princess Diana, † 36, his affair with Duchess Camilla, 74, and the scandalous call recordings that leaked to the public in 1989 have shaped the image of the royal. Prince William, on the other hand, is downright scandal-free and has a woman by her side in Duchess Catherine, 39, who is downright loved by the British people. Nevertheless, Charles and Camilla seem to have caught up significantly in recent years.
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Sources used: https://www.royal.uk/succession, express.co.uk, zeit.de