According to an insider, the first to go will be the expectation that a monarch will not meddle in political affairs – even if that brings accusations that he is becoming a bit of a “nuisance”.
“He’s a very intelligent and cultured man and he can’t begin to ignore the problems he is passionate,” an insider says.
“Politicians should be prepared for their new ruler to be much more active than its predecessor, particularly with regard to climate change, homelessness and urban planning.
Along with the accession of King Charles came the addition of a brand new queen consort to his wife, Camilla.
As Charles arrived in London to greet his subjects last week, Camilla, 75, was there by his side, comforting the crowd as she mourned the loss of the nation.
Just a few months ago, the Queen shocked the world when she released a statement to announce that she wanted Camilla to officially assume the title, despite a widely held understanding that she would only be Princess Consort out of respect. . for Charles’ late ex-wife, Princess Diana, who died in a car crash in 1997.
Charles publicly declared his love for Camilla during his first public address as king.
“It’s also a time of change for my family,” he said. “I count on the loving help of my darling wife, Camilla. In recognition of her faithful public service since our marriage 17 years ago, she becomes my queen consort. I know she will bring to the demands of her new role the unwavering dedication to duty on which I have come count as much.
While Charles has big plans for this new era, insiders say he is currently focused on grieving his beloved mother.
“To my darling mum, as you begin your last great journey to join my dear late dad, I just want to say this: thank you. Thank you for your love and dedication to our family and the family of nations you have served so so of diligence during all these years.
“May the flights of angels sing your rest.”
The palace shakes!
After 70 years under the control of Queen Elizabeth, King Charles has now inherited the portfolio of royal properties.
“Charles is not a big fan of grand palaces and castles, and would much rather continue in the homes he’s had for several decades,” a source explains. “He has no interest in Windsor Castle as it is drafty and under Heathrow’s flight path – so William will likely get the keys to this property.
“Charles also plans to open Buckingham Palace more to the public, and perhaps even converting Balmoral into a museum and retaining Birkhall as his Scottish home.
The insider adds: “He is interested in the Sandringham farmland which will become his English country home, especially as William has now inherited Highgrove as part of the Duchy of Cornwall.
“Charles and William have previously talked about setting Clarence House and Highgrove aside for his grandchildren.”
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