Eight ‘dangerous’ words could destroy King Charles’ entire reign, claims expert

Eight words have the power to “bring down” King Charles III, a royal expert has claimed.

Writing for news.com.au, Daniela Elser explained how other members of the Royal Family could well pose an existential threat to the health of the firm, and his reign, as a whole.

Elser claimed the King’s “idiot relatives” were a “dangerous issue” that had “been left to fester”.

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Specifically, the roles held by Prince Andrew and Prince Harry and where they are written down could pose a deadly threat to Charles’ time on the throne.

She explained: “So long as the eight words ‘The Duke of York’ and ‘The Duke of Sussex’ appear on the royal website as Counsellors of State, His Majesty is putting his reign – and the whole palace shebang – in jeopardy.”

Discussing why the two men were a headache for the King, Elser wrote: “They are both a seemingly never ending font of trouble for the monarch yet both remain part of the royal fabric.”

She explained how Prince Edward’s promotion to his father Prince Philip’s previous title as the Duke of Edinburgh meant that the royal website had been updated, including the page that listed the Counsellors of State.

“Out of the seven members of the Royal Family who can be officially deputised to perform many of the duties of the King, three are non-working members of the Royal Family,” she wrote.

Prince Harry, Prince Andrew and Princess Beatrice all came under fire from Elser for their inclusion on the list.

“Having Harry, Andrew and Beatrice as possible regal understudies makes about as much sense as letting Cheryl Cole deputise for the Home Secretary or Take That’s Gary Barlow getting to have a go as the governor of the Bank of England,” she wrote.

Elser expressed concern about the possibility of them having to fulfil official jobs, continuing: “Specifically, why should a bunch of unqualified, unelected and unappealing people be allowed to hold these roles?

“That they could even theoretically be tapped to open parliament, sign official documents or hold Privy Council meetings?”

She added: “Which is a long way of saying, the King simply cannot afford for his brother and son and their ever-resilient egos and deep reservoirs of grievance to continue semi-regularly wreaking havoc.”

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