November 27, 2022

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Prince William saves too: No detailed commencement ceremonies in Wales |  Property

Prince William saves too: No detailed commencement ceremonies in Wales | Property

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This decision is in line with the vision of his father, King Charles. The latter wants to save taxpayers money by keeping the property small, and not spending too much money on eye-catching festivities. That is why William no longer wants the classic ritual, as his father officially hands him some symbolic objects. Specifically, it would be a sword, a crown, a ring, a wand, and a cloak. It symbolizes the Prince of Wales, a position appointed by his father William during his first address as king.

Although William is happy to take on the title and position, there is no need for a flowery transfer. “He’s not interested in that,” said one insider. Above all, William wants to earn the trust and respect of the people of Wales. This is where his focus is.”

William is currently on his first tour of Wales as Prince on Earth. With Catherine at his side, he will travel from north to south. The couple previously indicated that they would do so as soon as they had the opportunity, after Elizabeth II’s funeral.

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