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Will Prince Charles make Prince William King?
WATCH: Queen Elizabeth II's life in picturesThough Charles is the longest serving heir apparent in British royal history, he’s considered less popular than his son William.This is due to his divorce from the widely beloved Princess Diana, his affair with Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall and a string of unpopular comments about his love life in the ‘80s and ‘90s.Though those times are long in the past, some royal fans have called for Charles to abdicate in favour of making his eldest son William the king.Not only is William younger and more popular, his wife Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge is also considered by some to be a more favourable choice for Queen Consort than Camilla.Not only is William younger and more popular, his wife Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge is also considered a more favourable choice.So will Charles give up the crown to make William king? It’s highly unlikely.Charles began using the title of king immediately after his mother’s death, releasing a heartbroken statement as King Charles in the hours after she died.For him to pass the crown to William instead, he’d have to formally abdicate as King Edward did in 1936 to marry Wallis Simpson.Charles has no good reason to abdicate in favour of William, as his son will also be king in the fullness of time.Charles has no good reason to abdicate in favour of William, as his son will also be king in the fullness of time.The Queen also made sure her son would be the next king back in 2018, when she formally asked Commonwealth Heads of Government to appoint Charles as her successor of the association of Britain and its former colonies.She reiterated her desire for her son to succeed her in February 2022, when announcing her plans for Camilla to be Queen Consort at
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Queen Elizabeth II 'represented all that is great' and 'shone a beacon of wisdom'
Queen Elizabeth II, who sadly passed away at the age of 96 this afternoon (September 8).Her Majesty had ruled for an impressive 70 years, having celebrated her Platinum Jubilee in June of this year, making her the longest-reigning monarch in UK history.A statement issued by Buckingham Palace following her death read: “The Queen died peacefully at Balmoral this afternoon.READ MORE: King Charles III, 73, makes heartbreaking first statement following Queen's death"The King and The Queen Consort will remain at Balmoral this evening and will return to London tomorrow."Queen Elizabeth II was not only the head of state in the UK, but was also Head of the Commonwealth, bringing together countries from across the globe under one common figure and keeping former British Empire territories united.And on this sad day, royal expert Eric Schiffer paid tribute to the late sovereign, saying she was now "amongst the great angels of history".He said: “Queen Elizabeth represented all that is great about the monarchy and the people of Great Britain."The Queen shined a beacon of wisdom, grace, and power in her committed role as the matriarch of her country."[Rest in peace] amongst the great angels of history, your Majesty.”Her Majesty was born in Mayfair, London, in 1926, and took to the throne in 1952 following the death of her father, King George VI.In 1947, prior to her coronation, she married Prince Philip and had four children - Charles, Anne, Andrew, and Edward.She also leaves behind eight grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren.Royal reporter Brittani Barger also shared her sorrows at the passing of the monarch."The Queen was an inspirational figure to us all," she told the Daily Star."She reigned for over 70 years and showed the
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Dragons’ Den Hilary Devey’s huge net worth - family bankruptcy to Moroccan home
BBC Dragons’ Den star Hilary Devey has sadly died at the age of 65 at her Moroccan holiday home, it has been confirmed.A spokesperson for the Secret Millionaire star said: “I can confirm that Hilary sadly died yesterday."She had been ill for some time."The star had a whole host of business prospects before and after starring on the BBC show from 2011 until 2012, with her main business being Pall-Ex, a palletised freight distribution network of lorries.Pall-Ex is said to handle around 8,000 palletised consignments each day from its Lancashire hub.But she has also invested in everything from duvet company Duvalay, courier service Pronto Couriers and events company Wow Table Art.Along with her holiday home in Morocco, Hilary also owned a majestic country home, which was put up for sale in 2018 and boasted connections to King Edward VII.The house was built in the 1850s, and hosted the king for a visit in 1902 and then again in 1907.Across her wide range of assets, Hilary was also a keen ambassador for various charities, and regularly donated to Carers’ Trust, The Stroke Association, the Sussex-based Fresh Start - New Beginnings and the British Citizen Awards.But she also had a huge array of TV appearances under her belt, including Channel 4 series The Intern, Running the Shop and Loose Women.Her Channel 4 series followed three interns who had been given an opportunity to take up a career in their chosen dream job.However due to low ratings, Channel 4 eventually decided to abort the programme and Devey moved onto to filming another programme for the same broadcasters in 2014.It’s hardly a surprise, then, that Hilary’s net worth at the time of her death was said to be around £65million.Hilary built herself up from relatively
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