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Prince William may not become King until 2048


Prince William may not become King until 2048


The death of HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, has captivated the minds and hearts of millions in the United Kingdom.

Although none of us has a crystal ball to forecast the future, it is claimed and plausible that Prince William will not become King until at least 2048. This hypothesis has some merit.

The Queen is currently 94 years old, and if she follows in the footsteps of the Queen Mother, who died in 2002 at the age of 101, she could live to be at least 101 years old.

This means that her son, Prince Charles, will not become King until he is 79 years old, and he is currently 72 years old.

While 2028 is a long way off, and we all hope the Queen survives as long as possible, Prince Charles might become King Charles III sooner than we think.

Now, if Prince Charles lives to the same age as his father, Prince Philip, who died at the age of 99, Prince William will not be able to become King until at least 2048 – and Prince Charles may live much longer.


If this Royal forecast is correct, Prince William will be 65 years old when he takes the throne. Of course, all of this is just speculation at this point, so we’ll just have to wait and see who will represent the Royal Family of the United Kingdom in the next years.


Prince William and Kate Send Camilla Birthday Wishes


On the Duchess of Cornwall’s 74th birthday, Prince William and Kate Middleton led royal honors to her.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge paid tribute to William’s stepmother in a tweet on their Duke and Duchess of Cambridge Twitter account.

“Wishing The Duchess of Cornwall a very happy birthday today!” read the tweet, which has received thousands of likes.

On Wednesday, Camilla and Prince Charles attended a luxurious 280-guest soirée to raise cash for a conservation organization created by Camilla’s late brother Mark Shand, according to the Kensington Palace Twitter account.

Kate and Wills also shared a photo of Camilla taken earlier this week when she and husband Prince Charles, 72, went to attend A Starry Night In The Nilgiri Hills, hosted by the Elephant Family, at London’s Lancaster House.

She’s wearing a three-quarter-length tunic made by Anna Valentine.

The heir to the throne warned that the ‘increasing overlap’ of the human and animal worlds is partly to blame for the emergence of ‘deadly zoonotic diseases,’ such as coronavirus, at the event.

“The last year has shown us more than ever the importance of dealing with issues like this,” he added.

Camilla spent her birthday last year at Raymill, her private Wiltshire home, with her family.

Meanwhile, she paid respect to the Chelsea Pensioners who died during the coronavirus outbreak on a visit to their London home the day before her 73rd birthday.

Through her previous marriage to Andrew Parker Bowles, she has two children: culinary writer Tom Parker Bowles, 46, and art aficionado Laura Lopes, 43.

On Saturday, others took to social media to send their well wishes to the Duchess of Cornwall. “Happy birthday Camilla, The Duchess of Cornwall,” one person said, “her dedication to literacy and abuse survivors deserves upmost gratitude.”

‘Happy birthday, your royal highness…’ wrote another.

I hope you have a truly wonderful day.’

“A very happy 74th birthday to The Duchess of Cornwall,” royal analyst Dicky Aribiter tweeted.

After a 30-year romance, Charles and the Duchess – formerly Camilla Parker Bowles – married in a civil ceremony at the Windsor Guildhall on April 9, 2005.

Prince William’s relationship with her other stepson, Harry, is thought to be strained.

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