Prince of Wales is “arguing with his mother over the future of the monarchy,”

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Prince William, left, enjoys far more support than Prince Charles, who is next in line to the throne Photo (C) GETTY
Prince William, left, enjoys far more support than Prince Charles, who is next in line to the throne Photo (C) GETTY

Prince Charles, Queen Elizabeth Fighting Over “Future Of The Monarchy”?

Is Prince Charles fighting with Queen Elizabeth over her alleged decision to name Prince William and Kate Middleton king and queen of England? A tabloid is claiming the Prince of Wales is “arguing with his mother over the future of the monarchy,” but Gossip Cop has the truth. We’re told the report is “false.”

Prince William reveals main reason he's excited about Prince Harry's engagement Photo (C) GETTY
Prince William reveals main reason he’s excited about Prince Harry’s engagement Photo (C) GETTY

Life & Style is blaring in a headline, “Charles Fights Back: I Won’t Give Up The Throne!” According to the accompanying tale, Queen Elizabeth has chosen “young, charismatic William and his wife Kate Middleton to become king and queen when she dies,” but an infuriated Prince Charles is “fighting for his birthright” to sit on the throne. In the seemingly manufactured story, a so-called “insider” tells the outlet, “There is no way Charles is going to give up the throne after waiting his entire life to take it.”

When Prince Charles proposed to Diana, he still hadn’t bought a ring. Diana was given several rings to choose from Garrard Jewellers Photo (C) GETTY IMAGES
When Prince Charles proposed to Diana, he still hadn’t bought a ring. Diana was given several rings to choose from Garrard Jewellers Photo (C) GETTY IMAGES

The magazine’s questionable “source” goes on to purport that the Duke of Cambridge “feels torn between his father and grandmother. It’s a difficult balancing act, but he thinks it will all sort itself out as time goes on.” The publication’s dubious tipster concludes, “Elizabeth still wants William to be the next king. She wishes Charles and Camilla,” who “always wanted to be the next queen of England,” would “just accept her decision.”

Waving to the crowds Kate and Will greet enthusiastic guests and onlookers at the Royal Variety Show at London Palladium
Waving to the crowds Kate and Will greet enthusiastic guests and onlookers at the Royal Variety Show at London Palladium

But Gossip Cop investigated the report, and a palace insider assures us the article is “false.” The tabloid’s assertion about Prince Charles fighting with Queen Elizabeth over the future of the British monarchy is entirely fabricated, and 100 percent inaccurate. Prince William will not be king before Prince Charles, despite speculation. It’s also worth noting that no real “palace source” would ever refer to the queen as just “Elizabeth.” The whole article is just wrong, as the Prince of Wales will indeed be Queen Elizabeth’s successor.

Prince Charles’ second marriage, to Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, that he began to wear a wedding band stacked with his signet ring Photo (C) FLICKR, GOTT
Prince Charles’ second marriage, to Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, that he began to wear a wedding band stacked with his signet ring Photo (C) FLICKR, GOTT

Not surprisingly, this isn’t the first time Gossip Cop has busted the often discredited magazine for publishing bogus tales about the British royal family. For example, we corrected Life & Style in August for inaccurately reporting in a cover story that Prince William and Middleton had been named the next king and queen of England. This latest royal report is just yet another lie published by the tabloid.

It was the first time the Queen had ever pushed out a private secretary - and now it has emerged that complaints made by Prince Charles
It was the first time the Queen had ever pushed out a private secretary – and now it has emerged that complaints made by Prince Charles

Source: GOSSIPCOP COM

Tags: Prince William, Prince Harry, Meghan Markle, Royals, Monarchy

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