Majority of Britons want Prince William to bypass his father Prince Charles and become England’s next King.
According to a recent poll conducted, the majority of people in Britain want Prince William and Kate Middleton to become the next monarchs instead of Prince Charles and wife Camilla – the Duchess of Cornwall.
The poll was a really interesting one I must say as it went on to reveal some other things that we never knew lay in the hearts and minds of Britons. One of these things the poll revealed was that one in three Britons want Queen Elizabeth II to give up her position and step down from the throne within the next two years in order to make way for Prince William and Kate Middleton to take over and be the next King and Queen of England.
The young couple is really popular especially among young women and teenage girls who believe that Kate and William would make better and finer Monarchs than Prince William’s father the Prince of Wales and wife the Duchess of Cornwall.
Another very interesting thing that the nationwide survey revealed was something I was totally surprised to hear, for it revealed that as much as 59 percent of the entire British population favored the idea of doing away with tradition and letting Prince William to bypass his father Prince Charles to become the next king of England, while 41 percent think this shouldn’t be the case.
The survey among women between were in the age group of 18 and 34 revealed that an amazing 78 percent of these women preferred the young couple to rule over them as King and Queen instead of the aging Prince Charles and wife Camilla. Only a meager 22 percent of this women said that they want Prince Charles to succeed the Queen.
Prince William and Kate Middleton- mania has really gripped the nation so tightly since their engagement and fabulous wedding. Everyone seems to love the couple and wish them nothing but the best of life together.
What do you think? Would there be a tearing up of convention to enable Prince William to bypass Prince Charles and become king of England?