Republic CEO Graham Smith told Express.co.uk that the royal family has a difficult contract due to losing Prince Andrew, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle within a year. He added that the only remaining royals would be Prince Charles, Prince William and Duchess of Cambridge after the death of Queen Elizabeth II.
“I think the monarchy has a difficult decade ahead,” said Mr. Smith.
“They had lost three of their superstars at the start of the year, Andrew fell back and would never return to the frontline.
“ Megan and Harry are leaving and the Queen is withdrawing more and more because of her age and is likely to die before the end of the decade.
“What you have left is the only well-known royals like Charles, William and Kate.
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“Charles does not have the same warmth and support as the others, and quite frankly, William and Kate are boring and uninspiring individuals who will always play the second instrumentalist for the next king.”
He continued, “All this will take a lot of gloss over the monarchy and raise questions about why it should be tolerated.”
Prince Andrew’s withdrawal from public life not only raises many difficult and difficult questions that will not only disappear, but also help reduce the monarchy to not much at all.
“The assortment of royals that we have been accustomed to for many years is rapidly diminishing.”
“Just in contrast with politicians, it has been said that most political careers end in failure, few reach the top, and fewer successes when they do. Even so, some persist for a very long time.”
The royal commentator also praised the work of other members of the royal family that Smith did not highlight.
He added, “It’s clear that Charles is mentioned but not Camila who has performed remarkably well and has worked hard with a number of charities.
“It is strange that Princess Royal, who is usually the Royal who does most of the engagements, is deleted.
“The Earl and Countess of Wessex also do a very valuable job.”