‘Liabilities!’ is Prince Charles’ royal ‘PR plan’ for marginal royals.
PRINCE CHARLES has his own public relations strategy in place for when he becomes King, according to a royal historian.
The Prince of Wales has been next in line to the throne since he was three years old, making him the oldest and longest-serving heir apparent in British history.
Charles is keeping people in the line of succession close to his side as he prepares to succeed his mother at the head. That is not the situation with the other, more minor royals.
The Firm has designed a “public relations campaign with a greater emphasis on the line of succession,” according to Royal historian Dr Edward Owens.
Dr. Owens, a former lecturer at the University of Lincoln and author of “The Family Firm,” discussed the ideas exclusively with This website.
He pointed out that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have taken on more responsibilities that would have otherwise been assigned to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, as well as Prince Andrew.
“You’ve lost three significant members of the Royal Family who, up until the autumn of 2019, had very public and very important positions, were maintaining a number of essential obligations, and were fulfilling a variety of duties,” he said.
“You’ve lost three crucial members of the Royal Family: Andrew due to scandal, and Harry and Meghan due to their divergent paths.
“I believe we’ve already seen the Cambridges attempting to reframe their duties and adopt a more public persona in order to draw attention to the crucial succession line.”
In January 2020, Harry and Meghan resigned from senior royal positions and relocated to Meghan’s home state of California.
They opted to pursue their own commercial initiatives, which included a £109 million contract with Netflix.
On Wednesday, Harry made a surprise virtual appearance at the GQ Men of the Year awards, where he pushed countries to address the “vast discrepancy” in coronavirus vaccine access around the world.
According to Dr. Owens in a previous interview with This website, the “Charles project” was centered on family and his two kids’ support.
However, because Charles has lost one of his “trusty lieutenants” in Harry, leaving a “gaping hole at his side,” the Cambridges have assumed increasingly important responsibilities.
“Those marginal royals, like Charles’ siblings and.”Brinkwire Summary News”, continued Dr Owens.