for the British journalist Jeremy Fine Brandreth outlined what he thought an abstract monarchy might look like. next to Prinz Charles – Who will be king next – His wife Camilamy son Prince William And Duchess Kate he sees Prince Edward In the future at the head of the royal family. Whether these plans also align with those of Charles – who is currently still a perpetual heir-in-waiting – may only know himself, as for some royals who stay in a tight circle he is more on edge than others. It’s the lesser known faces – especially the Queen’s cousins - who may lose their current status.
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1. Prince Edward, Duke of Kent
Edward George Nicholas Patrick Windsor, born in London in 1935, as the King’s full name is called, attended Eton College and Le Rosey Institute in Rolle, Switzerland before transferring to the Royal Military Academy at Sandhurst. Promoted to lieutenant in the Royal Scots Grays after graduating from Sandhurst, his military career lasted 21 years. In 1976 he completed his military service with the rank of lieutenant colonel and was appointed honorary major general in 1983 and then marshal ten years later. The 85-year-old Duke performs a number of acting duties. His mother’s successor, he is the president of the All England Wimbledon Tennis and Croquet Club and sponsor of the tennis tournament. He is a senior master of the United Grand Lodge of Freemasons. After retiring from the army, he was vice president of British International Trade.
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