Prince Charles to launch Commonwealth charm tour to win over support for his reign

Prince Charles: Commentator discusses royal tour

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Barbados announced its plans to remove the Queen as head of state in September 2020. When stating their intention to become a Republic, the country’s Governor-General Dame Sandra Mason said: “The time has come to fully leave our colonial past behind.” Clarence House announced that Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall will attend the ceremony that will swear in the country’s first President on November 30. 

Royal expert Russell Myers spoke about the event on Pod Save The Queen. 

Mr Myers stated: “It’s only going to be a couple of days so it’ll be a lot of work over a couple of days seeing some fantastic engagements in Barbados, getting to meet fantastic people.

“The ceremony is on the 30th. And then it opens up a new dawn on whether there will be other nations to come forward and say that they feel they want to become Republic’s as well.

“I imagine Australia will be one of the major ones, to be honest.”

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The day that Barbados will transition to a Republic will coincide with its 55th anniversary of independence from Britain.

There are 15 other Commonwealth countries in addition to the UK where the Queen remains their Sovereign.

They include Canada, Australia, New Zealand and Grenada.

Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla are currently on a royal tour of Jordan and Egypt. 

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This marked the first major overseas tour since the COVID-19 pandemic started.

The couple arrived in Jordan earlier today to start the four-day visit.

Prince Charles and Camilla were formally welcomed by King Abdullah II and Queen Rania at Al Husseiniya Palace.

It was reported that The Prince of Wales spoke to the Queen on the telephone ahead of the trip to get her blessing to go.

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The prince’s deputy private secretary, Chris Fitzgerald, emphasised that the couple would carry out visits that tie in with their own passions.

Climate change would be one of the main themes of the visit after the COP26 summit in Glasgow, but also female empowerment and efforts to preserve cultural heritage.

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