Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have been spurned by fans who have dubbed William a “King” for his charitable activities.


Royal fans on Twitter have chosen their side in the royal brotherly split, as Prince William continues to strike a strong and convincing ‘kingly’ presence at recent engagements

Online royal fans have lauded Prince William as a ‘future king’ after his impressive recent performances surrounding the inaugural Earthshot festival.

The remark comes as a potential snub to the Duchess and Duke of Sussex as William announced the Eartshot festival will take place in the US next year.

His leadership skills in particular have been subjected to considerable praise on Twitter, with his charity work contrasting recent disquiet on Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s slew of multi-million business, TV and book deals.

One admiring royal fan on Twitter wrote: “The success of tonight’s event was complete evidence that Prince William not only delivers but his power- especially with the discussion he sparked about space tourism and all the support he got.

“Next year, William [is]coming to USA like a king.”

And it’s not just his demeanour that has won him plaudits online, either.

According to boohooMAN, Google demand for ‘velvet suits’ rocketed by 426% after Prince William stunned crowds with a a bottle-green velvet suit at Sunday’s glitzy Earthshot Prize Awards.

Speculation has also mounted over Prince William’s plans for next year after he announced that the next ceremony in 2022 would be hosted in the United States of America.

OK! Magazine reports that some fans were delighted by the possibility that members of the Royal Family would be making ties with high-society “American royalty” to hold the prize successfully again as early as 2022.

In particular, viewers are tipping the Cambridges to join forces with the political dynasty of the Kennedy family for the next edition of their environmental awards.

The idea behind Prince William’s Earthshot initiative was partly inspired by US President John F Kennedy’s 1962 famous ‘Moonshot’ speech, where he set a challenge to America to put a man on earth’s natural satellite in the next ten years.

In September, Caroline Kennedy — the only surviving child of President Kennedy — stated that the JFK Library Foundation would be a leading partner of the Earthshot prize.

One user wrote: “I said this as soon as they announced the US, William had engagements with the Kennedy’s and I can see this happening”.

The Earthshot event crowns five winners in different environmental categories, who will be rewarded for their green innovations with £1. Brinkwire presents summary news.


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