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    They discussed this during the boat regatta. The royal aide said there is no question that Charles will become king. The lineage to the throne has not been altered following his divorce. The people don't get a choice as its an hereditary process.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smartiecat View Post
    Sure was ... The pope wouldn't allow the king to divorce to remarry so instead he created his own religion so he could!!! Take that pope-y!
    Yep, and the ones he divorced got off much easier than the ones he executed for "treason".

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    I don't know that Charles can be credited with how the princes were raised any more than their nannies can be to be honest.

    Personally I think Charles should have to abdicate given that he divorced Diana but I don't have any say in the rules of succession lol. I'm happy though that Camilla can never be queen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LaDiDah View Post
    Camilla was such a controversy and so many people disliked her that I don't know if the queen would even want her near the throne as the kings wife..
    I think the fact that she has played such a big role in the Jubilee shows that the Queen has accepted her. She was on the balcony, onstage at the concert, sat next to the Queen in the carriage and has been front and centre for all events. The Queen would have approved that, so I think Camilla has done her time for her (and Charlse's) crimes as they say. She won't ever be Queen, but she is already playing a major role in the family.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lily of the Nile View Post
    For Australia? Pretty sure she doesn't do much here.
    No, but in the UK.

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    What's his divorce got to do with him becoming king or not? Should they have stayed in an unhappy marriage just for the people's sake? Screw that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Californication View Post
    I think the fact that she has played such a big role in the Jubilee shows that the Queen has accepted her. She was on the balcony, onstage at the concert, sat next to the Queen in the carriage and has been front and centre for all events. The Queen would have approved that, so I think Camilla has done her time for her (and Charlse's) crimes as they say. She won't ever be Queen, but she is already playing a major role in the family.
    But didnt i hear some where and i could be mistaken!

    But isnt the queens so called acceptance for camilla come from all that happened to diana....?

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    No, but in the UK.
    That's what I meant, why would anyone here be scared of Charles being on the throne. I don't feel like that would threaten us in any way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Myztik View Post
    What's his divorce got to do with him becoming king or not? Should they have stayed in an unhappy marriage just for the people's sake? Screw that.
    No of course not but it's my understanding that through the ages, if you got divorced you automatically renounced your right to the throne.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lily of the Nile View Post
    That's what I meant, why would anyone here be scared of Charles being on the throne. I don't feel like that would threaten us in any way.
    Ahhh. Gotcha! I thought you meant she didn't do anything anywhere.

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