King Charles to step down in ‘five or ten years’

King Charles may be influenced by Queen Margaret’s move to step down and hand over command to Prince William

King Charles to step down in ‘five or ten years’

Britain’s King Charles is expected to follow in the footsteps of Queen Margrethe II and hand over the crown to his eldest son Prince William.

Denmark’s popular Queen Margrethe II, Europe’s longest-reigning monarch, said on Sunday she would abdicate on January 14 and hand power to her son, Crown Prince Frederick.

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Royal biographer Phil Dampier told mail onlinePer mirror uk That King Charles may be influenced by this move of Queen Margaret.

He said, “It makes you wonder whether in five or ten years’ time King Charles will think about doing the same thing if his health deteriorates or whether he just thinks it’s a good time to give William and Kate While they’re still small.” ,

The royal expert added, “Our late Queen will never step down because of what happened in 1936 when her uncle abdicated and her father came to the throne. But times change.”

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It is also important to mention here that Prince William and Kate are very friendly with Crown Prince Frederick and Crown Princess Mary.