• I've read that Meghan Markle must always wear high heels now that she is part of the Royal family. Is this true?

    and, if so, why. If she is not comfortable in them all the time it could injure her feet. Feet are delicate and easily damaged and once damaged she might have foot problems for the remainder of her life. Why does this dysfunctional family have so many unnecessary rules?
    and, if so, why. If she is not comfortable in them all the time it could injure her feet. Feet are delicate and easily damaged and once damaged she might have foot problems for the remainder of her life. Why does this dysfunctional family have so many unnecessary rules?
    15 answers · 1 day ago
  • Who has a higher status, The British Royal Family or The Prime Minister?

    Best answer: The British Royal Family have a higher status and outrank The Prime Minister. This is something that all unfortunate Prime Ministers have to face and deal with, knowing that their are people who are above them within their own social circle.So, yes, A random member of The British Royal Family is higher in status... show more
    Best answer: The British Royal Family have a higher status and outrank The Prime Minister. This is something that all unfortunate Prime Ministers have to face and deal with, knowing that their are people who are above them within their own social circle.So, yes, A random member of The British Royal Family is higher in status than The Prime Minister.
    11 answers · 4 hours ago
  • Is Prince William wise to go motorbiking at high speed when the country's future might depend on him?
  • Royalty category: Is it time to do away with women's royal titles like Princess, Duchess and Queen?

    I mean, these days we have to say actor instead of actress, police officer instead of WPC, and doctor instead of doctoress. Is it time we did away with belittling feminine titles for royals and just called them all Prince, Duke or King? After all, the Queen is already the Duke of Lancaster, not the Duchess.... show more
    I mean, these days we have to say actor instead of actress, police officer instead of WPC, and doctor instead of doctoress. Is it time we did away with belittling feminine titles for royals and just called them all Prince, Duke or King? After all, the Queen is already the Duke of Lancaster, not the Duchess. Princess Royal could become Prince Royal. And Princess Michael of Kent would surely raise fewer eyebrows if he were called Prince Michael of Kent.
    12 answers · 1 day ago
  • When the queen of the UK dies, who is next inline for the crown/thrown?

    Best answer: The next in line of succession is the Prince of Wales, Charles. https://www.royal.uk/succession If Charles were to predecease his mother, his son, William, would be king. This is a partial line of succession: 1. The Prince of Wales 2. The Duke of Cambridge 3. Prince George of Cambridge 4. Princess Charlotte... show more
    Best answer: The next in line of succession is the Prince of Wales, Charles.

    https://www.royal.uk/succession

    If Charles were to predecease his mother, his son, William, would be king.
    This is a partial line of succession:
    1. The Prince of Wales

    2. The Duke of Cambridge

    3. Prince George of Cambridge

    4. Princess Charlotte of Cambridge

    5. Prince Louis of Cambridge

    6. Prince Henry of Wales

    7. The Duke of Sussex

    8. Princess Beatrice of York

    9. Princess Eugenie of York

    10. The Earl of Wessex

    11. Viscount Severn

    12. The Lady Louise Mountbatten-Windsor

    13. The Princess Royal

    14. Mr. Peter Phillips

    15. Miss Savannah Phillips

    16. Miss Isla Phillips

    17. Mrs. Michael Tindall

    The line numbers over 5000 successors.
    10 answers · 2 days ago
  • Why isn’t prince Philip king yet?

    Best answer: Prince Philip, as a descendant of Queen Victoria, is something like 600th in line to the throne of the United Kingdom in his own right. So that is never going to happen without some sort of apocalypse that wipes out his entire family. He can't become king by marriage.
    Best answer: Prince Philip, as a descendant of Queen Victoria, is something like 600th in line to the throne of the United Kingdom in his own right. So that is never going to happen without some sort of apocalypse that wipes out his entire family. He can't become king by marriage.
    12 answers · 2 days ago
  • Who has a higher status, The British Monarch Or The Prime Minister?

    Best answer: The British Monarch outranks and has a higher status than The Prime Minister. The Prime Minister works as head of Her Majesty's Government. He cannot outrank someone when he is working in their government, their business, so to speak. It's like saying that an employee can't outrank the employer,... show more
    Best answer: The British Monarch outranks and has a higher status than The Prime Minister. The Prime Minister works as head of Her Majesty's Government. He cannot outrank someone when he is working in their government, their business, so to speak. It's like saying that an employee can't outrank the employer, it's as simple as that.
    8 answers · 5 hours ago
  • Was the Queen overjoyed to meet Trump?

    17 answers · 3 days ago
  • Why do you think the British royal family are more famous than royal families of other countries?

    Best answer: Because the Queen is head of state in many more countries than any other monarch.
    Best answer: Because the Queen is head of state in many more countries than any other monarch.
    10 answers · 2 days ago
  • Why doesn't Britain want to become a Republic?

    As a British person myself, I really think we should cut ties with the monarchy and become a republic. Not now, but when the next generation after the Queen happens. I like the Queen but the Royal Family themselves have no political power. They are of no use anymore. Most other countries have got rid of their... show more
    As a British person myself, I really think we should cut ties with the monarchy and become a republic. Not now, but when the next generation after the Queen happens. I like the Queen but the Royal Family themselves have no political power. They are of no use anymore. Most other countries have got rid of their monarchies, why can't we? It just seems so outdated and inefficient. Australia, Canada, New Zealand andd all the other countries in the Commonwealth all wish to be a republic. I think it's time Britain went the same way. Like I said, I have nothing against the Royal Family, but we need to move on and I also don't like that whenever people think of the UK, they just think of the Royal Family. There's so much more to the UK than just that.
    19 answers · 4 days ago
  • How is a prince addressed?

    Is he addressed as a lord? Like, "My lord, why have you summoned me to your chamber?"
    Is he addressed as a lord? Like, "My lord, why have you summoned me to your chamber?"
    13 answers · 3 days ago
  • Do the qeen like to golf?

    Best answer: The qeen is a big fan of VWs, but she far prefers to polo.
    Best answer: The qeen is a big fan of VWs, but she far prefers to polo.
    6 answers · 1 day ago
  • If the republican movement wins in the UK will the royals be banished overseas as what happened to other royals?

    Best answer: That is a possibility, although some are known to favour the French solution.
    Best answer: That is a possibility, although some are known to favour the French solution.
    15 answers · 5 days ago
  • Can the queen of the UK be arrested? Or is she immuned from the prosecuted ?

    Best answer: The last monarch to be arrested was Charles I. Parliament acted outside the law when they arrested, tried and executed him. Those involved were executed for treason when the monarchy was restored. The Queen cannot be arrested or prosecuted but she can be deposed. If she were to flagrantly break the law on... show more
    Best answer: The last monarch to be arrested was Charles I. Parliament acted outside the law when they arrested, tried and executed him. Those involved were executed for treason when the monarchy was restored.

    The Queen cannot be arrested or prosecuted but she can be deposed. If she were to flagrantly break the law on numerous occasions, Parliament could force her to abdicate if she refused to stop doing it. Since the restoration, Parliament has used its power three times. They deposed James II and installed his daughter Mary II and her husband William III. They banned any Catholic or anyone married to a Catholic becoming King so the successor to Queen Anne was George I, about 51st in line to the throne. And they forced Edward VIII to abdicate. It is a power that Parliament exercises rarely but they can depose a king if they need to.
    7 answers · 2 days ago