Prince Harry said he would be “absolutely devastated” if Charles III decided to remove himself and other inactive royals such as Prince Andrew from the Council of State positions. It allows an empowered member of the royal family to act as a regent in the event that the royal family is unable to perform its royal duties, whether due to royal family, overseas, or for any other reason.
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Regarding possible changes, royal commentator and British journalist Jonathan Sacerdotti said: “It will be up to the monarch to decide who can represent him, for example if he becomes incapacitated due to his health. There has been some rumor and debate about whether or not to change the rules.
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A commentator said Prince Harry would be devastated if the decision was made, which is understandable.
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“And if he pressured him to do so and let Congress pass, it would be understandable because on a practical level, I mean, we put our personal and emotional concerns aside. “It doesn’t make sense if America is actually going to represent the King of England.”
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Regarding Charles III’s decision, a royal commentator said: Not only that, but also because things are different. ”