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    I think they're more lax with Harry as there is practically a nil chance he'd ever take the throne.

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    I think Harry is the spitting image of Prince Charles. They have the same eyes, nose and mouth and when he gets older and greyer that will become even more apparent, IMO. William takes after Diana.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Pisces Cloud View Post
    I think Harry is the spitting image of Prince Charles. They have the same eyes, nose and mouth and when he gets older and greyer that will become even more apparent, IMO. William takes after Diana.

    Really? Charles on his best day would never have been called attractive. Harry is quite good looking. I always thought both boys took after Di.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MagicRose99 View Post
    I think they're more lax with Harry as there is practically a nil chance he'd ever take the throne.
    Very little chance, way too many people in line before him. And one would also think they learned from experience, considering Prince Charles marriage to Diana resulted in divorce and he ended up marrying the woman he presumably wanted to marry all alone, but wasn't allowed to, because she wasn't deemed "suitable" at the time.
    Just my opinion

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    I would love to see her run for Pres of the US

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    Quote Originally Posted by jjenny View Post
    Very little chance, way too many people in line before him. .
    It's a good point actually. Is there a royal protocol which prevents William and his children travelling together? Because if there was an accident and Will, George & Charlotte died, Harry would become king after Charles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoverMeCagney View Post
    It's a good point actually. Is there a royal protocol which prevents William and his children travelling together? Because if there was an accident and Will, George & Charlotte died, Harry would become king after Charles.
    Yes, there is, but it has been ignored in modern times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoverMeCagney View Post
    It's a good point actually. Is there a royal protocol which prevents William and his children travelling together? Because if there was an accident and Will, George & Charlotte died, Harry would become king after Charles.
    EDIT: Answering my own question:

    Royal protocol is that two heirs should never fly on the same flight together so that the royal lineage is protected. And, despite there being no official rule in place, heirs must still seek permission from Queen Elizabeth, who has the final say on the matter. In fact, Prince William was granted permission from the Queen to bend the rules when his son was just nine months old; Prince George accompanied his parents on a tour of Australia and New Zealand in 2014. In September 2016, the Cambridges also traveled as a family of four to Canada with Princess Charlotte. And in July 2017, the family toured Poland and Germany, boarding three flights together.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoverMeCagney View Post
    EDIT: Answering my own question:

    Royal protocol is that two heirs should never fly on the same flight together so that the royal lineage is protected. And, despite there being no official rule in place, heirs must still seek permission from Queen Elizabeth, who has the final say on the matter. In fact, Prince William was granted permission from the Queen to bend the rules when his son was just nine months old; Prince George accompanied his parents on a tour of Australia and New Zealand in 2014. In September 2016, the Cambridges also traveled as a family of four to Canada with Princess Charlotte. And in July 2017, the family toured Poland and Germany, boarding three flights together.

    https://us.hellomagazine.com/royalty...royals-travel/
    If I remember correctly, Diana was the first. She insisted on taking William to ? I think it was Australia? I remember it was a huge deal at the time.

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    good for them the queen must be senile she doesnt know whats going on they would never let an american into their family


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    Quote Originally Posted by bellam19671 View Post
    good for them the queen must be senile she doesnt know whats going on they would never let an american into their family
    ??

    The Queen is far from senile and she is very aware of what is going on in the world. Can you explain more - not sure what you mean.

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