The Republic is an organization campaigning for the abolition of the monarchy and for a democratic, elected head of state to replace Queen Elizabeth II. Company CEO Graham Smith told Express.co.u. The resignation of Prince Andrew, the departure of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle from royal life, and the possibility of the Queen’s death in the next ten years will only be with recognizable members from the monarchy.
The CEO of the Republic said: “The monarchy is a decade ahead.
“They lost their three main stars at the beginning of the year, Andrew fell behind and never came to the front row.
“Meghan and Harry are gone, the Queen is retiring further due to her age and she is likely to die before the end of the decade.
“All you have left are recognizable Royals like Charles, William and Kate.”
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Mr Smith continued: “Charles does not have the same warmth and support as others and very clearly William and Kate are dull uninterested people who will always play second-fidel to the next emperor.”
“All this shines so brightly from the monarchy and raises the question of why we should stand.”
He said: “The Royals lineup we have been accustomed to for many years is rapidly declining.”
Richard Fitzwilliams, Royal Commentator, strongly disagreed with the opinion proposed by the Republic.
The royal commentator said: “The immense popularity of the Queen and the monarchy in the recent Yugov Polo is evident.
“This will become clear again when the Grateful Nation commemorates the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee in the summer of 2022.
“The reasons why the country supports the Royals are their role as a symbol of national unity above party politics, as well as their charitable activities and global profile, but to name a few benefits.”
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