Sources say that King Charles III said he won’t move forward with plans for a smaller royal family and will keep the number of working royals at 11.
Critics and experts thought that His Majesty would cut down on the number of working royals, but his decision is more “conservative” than they thought.
The 73-year-old King will also have to pay taxes like his late mother, who tore up a deal made by Neville Chamberlin to give George VI a tax break in 1993.
King Charles III said he won’t move forward with plans for a smaller monarchy and will keep the number of working royals at 11.
The news comes after the Palace said it wanted a shorter Coronation with fewer strange rituals. The 1953 ceremony when Queen Elizabeth was crowned was also much longer.
After getting £23 million from the Duchy of Cornwall estate in 2021, the former Prince of Wales paid $5.8 million in income taxes.
Close advisors think that because there are fewer generations of working royals, the family will have to cut back on its 3,500 engagements each year.
Aides are talking about what will happen to charities that get tens of thousands of pounds from the royal family.
One high-ranking royal source told the Daily Express, “All of these things are being looked at right now as part of a larger review.”
The paper heard from sources that Kate and William may have to work more and get new jobs.
But Kate has made it clear that she’d rather take care of her own kids than grow the family’s business.
Harry, Megan, and Prince Andrew leaving has made it harder for the group to keep all of its promises.