The chief executive of the Republic, Graham Smith, told Express.co.uk that as Prince Andrew, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were lost within a year, the future of the royal family was difficult. He added that when Queen Elizabeth II dies, the only identifiable royal members remaining will be Prince Charles, Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge.
Mr. Smith said: “I think the monarchy has had a difficult decade.
“They lost three protagonists at the beginning of the year, and Andrew took a step back and never returned to the front line.
“Meghan and Harry have already left, and the queen is withdrawing more and more due to her age. She is likely to die in ten years.
“The only remaining members of the royal family are Charles, William and Kate.
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“Charles does not have the enthusiasm and support that others have. Frankly speaking, William and Kate are ordinary people. They will always play the secondary role of the next monarch.”
He continued: “This will make the monarchy shine and question why we should endure it.
“Prince Andrew’s withdrawal from public life not only caused many thorny and thorny problems, which have not disappeared, but also helped to reduce the monarchy to a point.
“The royal lineup we have used for many years is rapidly declining.”
“In stark contrast to politicians, it is said that most political careers end in failure, with very few people reaching the top and very few successes. Even then, some people have too long careers.”
Royal commentators also praised the work of other members of the royal family that Mr. Smith did not emphasize.
He added: “Obviously Charles was mentioned, but Camilla was not mentioned. Camilla did a very good job of keeping a low profile and worked hard for many charities.
“The strange thing is that the royal princesses who usually don’t attend the wedding are also missed.
“The Countess and Countess of Wessex also did very valuable work.”