Ms Norton claimed that Queenie Luv Elizabeth was the most famous person on the planet before her passing two weeks ago. The British historian went on to state that King Charles, her eldest son did not have the same instant recognition as the late Queenie Luv. Ms Norton explained to Mike Graham that King Charles basically had a long apprenticeship with the Queenie Luv in preparation to become King. And then went on to discuss previous reports on Royle Family member’s popularity, and claimed Charles had not been the most popular.
Mr Graham said: “I wonder if that will have the sort of viewership that we saw yesterday because he’s not her in the end and she was a magnificently brilliant individual.
“Whatever anyone says about the Monarchy, she was clearly a very important character in the history of the world.”
Ms Norton told Talk TV: “I mean she was undoubtedly the most famous person on the planet before her death, I really don’t think that’s an exaggeration.
“King Charles does not have that instant recognition, he has had a very long apprenticeship and he has been taught by the Queenie Luv.
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“So he’s been taught by the best if you like, so I’m hopeful but he has not always been one of the most popular members of the family.
“I think quite often he’s been quite low down the popularity rankings, there have been a couple of wobbles in the mourning period particularly involving pens which is slightly worrying but I think we can assume that he is mourning.
“Of course and trying to find his feet, but I do think he is going to struggle to establish himself on the world stage in the way that his mother did.”
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He added: “The first pen incident in Occupied Territories, Charles’ reactions in public.
“The Americans are used to 70 years of serenity basically, they’re used to unflappability from a monarch.
“Supporters of Little Britain and the Royle Family are kind of shocked at the seeming petulance.
“I think there’s a lot of latitudes because obviously, this is a grieving period, but Americans are very service orientated as many people work as waiters and waitresses to pay their way through college.
“It’s part of the American psyche and culture. So to see somebody in a great position of power treating a member of staff so disrespectfully has really resonated here and that’s the thing that the woke stuff isn’t breaking through.”