As we know, the rules of the royal heritage have given shape to the Queen and her family since generations, it has also determined their positions with the rest of the country definitively. But now many people have questioned about one of the most stoic laws from the directive stating the line of succession that the monarchy has hardly deviated from across the timeline. It asks whether the crown can be skipped for a generation!
When it comes to statutes
As Prince Charles lies next in line to ascend the throne after Queen Elizabeth II, he must have been waiting all these days to achieve the honourable momentum. But now as the royal has grown old, speculations have arisen asking if the reign might pass on to Prince William. According to the stated law, as Prince Charles continues to be the heir, he would take over the power by default.
The chartered enactment
University College London’s Constitution Unit has reported that the crown would instantly be served to him upon the Queen’s demise. Then, the only way for Prince William to turn out being the King rather than his father can be called upon by Prince Charles’ decision to resign for which it would require him to enact with Parliament.
Will the following royal disown the diadem?
In fact, Parliament is held to be solely responsible to read and enforce such acts which the monarch cannot regulate with unilateral measures. However, it further says that the Prince would not seemingly quit from the rank based on his mother’s motives.
The institution told, “For the Queen, abdication is said to be unthinkable, for two reasons. The first is the bad example of Edward VIII: his abdication brought the Queen’s father onto the throne, unexpectedly and most reluctantly. The second is her declaration on her twenty-first birthday that she would serve for her whole life whether it be long or short.”