October 1, 2022

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From King Charles to Prince Archie: How the Queen's death ignited a veritable musical chair with titles of nobility

From King Charles to Prince Archie: How the Queen’s death ignited a veritable musical chair with titles of nobility

King Charles: a somewhat questionable name

It would be “Charles III,” which means there must also be another Charles on the throne. But they do not have the best historical reputation.

the first King Charles (Charles I) He was crowned in 1625. He was a man who aspired to absolute power. He was constantly clashing with Parliament. It eventually led to a real civil war. Karel was deposed, beheaded, and the monarchy was briefly removed.

England wasn’t a kingdom again until 11 years later Charles II He was raised to the throne. He also had a very tenuous relationship with parliaments and was also known as someone who spent a lot of money on wars. During his reign, the plague also spread to England and the “Great Fire” devastated London.

And then there was Charles Edward Stewart, also known as Bonnie Prince Charlie, who in the eighteenth century attempted to claim his rights to the English throne through an uprising. He was the grandson of the Catholic King James II, who was overthrown in favor of the Protestant family line. Bonnie Prince Charlie has always been labeled King Charles III by his followers, but he has never been officially able to use that title.

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