Britain’s Future King - Stock image

Capital Letter, Crown, England, Gold, Letter C

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Stock photo ID:172446866
Upload date:June 30, 2013

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'When Queen Elizabeth II, Queen of the United Kingdom and Commonwealth, dies, or should she abdicate the throne, then the next in line and heir apparent is Prince Charles. Although it is not definitive, he is most likely to become King Charles III and would be known by the convention of British monarchs as Charles III, as shown by the cipher, here CR III, Charles Rex III. However, as other monarchaas have done, he may choose to reign under one of his other names, Phillip, Arthur, George.The embroidered Kings Crown badge shown here is different to that in use by his mother, Queen Elizabeth II. Good copy space.'
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