‘Prince William has lot to learn’ Charles defended as calls grow to oust him as next king

Prince William has got 'a lot to learn' says royal expert

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Angela Epstein was furious over calls to allow Prince William to “jump the queue” and put him ahead of Prince Charles to become king. Despite Prince William being popular among the British public, Angela Epstein insisted he still had a lot to learn and that it would be a “waste” to not use Charles who has had “years” of experience. She told the Jeremy Vine Show on Channel 5 that the Duke of Cambridge would have to balance looking after a young family if he did become king and said that Prince Charles’s reign would likely be relatively short,

Angela Epstein strongly disagreed with calls to change the line of succession and exclaimed: “Definitely not! 

“We take the words of the Duchess of Sussex as a reason to reform something which is enshrined in the act of succession in 1701?

“Nope, why should the Queen disregard the line of succession? 

“Sure, Prince Charles has had a long apprenticeship and yes the Royal Family is probably in a transitional state but he’s had years and years of experience, why put it to waste?”

She continued: “And you know there are a lot of things that people might say about Prince Charles that he talks to plants and writes spidery letters to politicians.

“But he’s already said quite clearly he would be constitutionally neutral when he comes to the throne. He does a lot of good things, he carries out a lot of public engagements. 

“He’s shown a very credible interest in interfaith relations with the Muslim community and with the Jewish community and I think that it would probably only be a relatively short reign anyway. 

“What’s more, I think William is still very young, he has a young family and I think he still has a lot to learn.”

The Jeremy Vine panellist added: “I know he’s had quite a constitutional education from the Queen who’s involved him from a young age and made him aware of his destiny but I don’t see why we have to turn everything on its head because of allegations that were made in a television interview.”

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Debates surrounding the royal line of succession have been raging on with some debating cutting out Prince Harry or allowing Prince William to “jump the queue”. 

Some royal commentators have pushed for “King William” after polls suggest he is the most popular royal among the British public. 

They claimed skipping a generation would allow the Royal Family to bounce back from the Meghan Markle and Prince Harry allegations. 

Additionally, some have called for Prince Harry to be cut out of the line of succession with some stating it would could cause a constitutional crisis should he become king and others wishing to use it as a punishment for his claims against the Royal Family.

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A YouGov poll says Prince William has a 75 percent approval rating among the British public who have a “positive” opinion of him 

He is followed by the Queen at 73 percent and his wife Kate with 67 percent approval. 

Prince Charles is seventh in the list with 47 percent and is narrowly ahead of Prince Harry who has 41 percent approval. 

Buckingham Palace released a statement on the Meghan Markle interview which read: “The whole family is saddened to learn the full extent of how challenging the last few years have been for Harry and Meghan.

“The issues raised, particularly that of race, are concerning. Whilst some recollections may vary, they are taken very seriously and will be addressed by the family privately.

“Harry, Meghan and Archie will always be much-loved family members.”

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