Why Prince William and Kate Middleton are more important to the monarchy than King Charles III

Prince William became heir apparent to the British throne after the death of his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II. When his father King Charles III. he conferred the titles of Prince and Princess of Wales on William and his wife Kate Middleton, making them the two oldest royals behind the King and Queen consort Camilla Parker Bowles.

As the longest-serving heir in British royal history, Charles’ accession to the throne has been awaited for decades. And at 73, Charles will only be a monarch for a fraction of the time compared to his mother. As one royal expert notes, this is a “very transitional monarchy” and William and Kate are now much more important than the current sovereign.

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Lindsay Lowe

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