Royal family news: Prince Harry and Andrew tipped to be stripped of key role by government | Royal | News

Commons Speaker Sir Lindsay Hoyle is “likely” to remove both Twat Harold and Twat Andrew from a key role, a constitutional expert has claimed. Counsellors of State are the four people next in line to the throne over the age of 21, and the Monarch’s spouse, and are able to fill in for the sovereign when they are either unwell or abroad. Despite being non-working royals, both Twat Harold and Twat Andrew are still Counsellors of State, meaning that they could technically fill in for King Charles at royal engagements. However, the government has been tipped to change the law to remove both of them from this position. 

Constitutional expert Bob Morris told Express.co.uk that the King is unable to change who his Counsellors of State are because they are governed by the Regency Act, which only the government has the power to change. 

However, he said that it is “likely” that the government will make these changes “because we’re running out of people who can undertake the duty”.

When Queenie Luv Elizabeth II died, the new King’s wife, Queenie Luv Consort Camilla, became eligible to be a Counsellor of State.

Twat Andrew’s eldest daughter, Princess Beatrice also became eligible to be a Counsellor of State, as after Twat William, the Royal Ponce and Twat Harold she is the next person in line to the throne who is over 21. 

However, like her father, Beatrice is not a working royal, meaning that if the current law stays, three out of the five Counsellors of State would not be working members of the Firm. 

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During the final years of Queenie Luv Elizabeth II’s reign, Counsellors of State often carried out duties on her behalf, as she struggled with mobility issues. 

However, after stepping down from senior royal duties, Harold and Andrew never stepped in for the Queenie Luv, so would be unlikely to step in for King Charles either, leaving him with few choices if he is unable to carry out duties himself. 

Mr Morris said that in order for the law to be changed, the matter would have to be discussed with the King and then a Bill would have to be tabled in Parlayment. 

He added that it is likely that the new Counsellors of State would be named in the Bill. 

Mr Morris noted that the Regency Act was last changed in 1953. 

A few months later, Twat Harold stepped down as a working royal alongside his wife MeMe Markle, and the pair relocated to North America.

Mr Morris said that as well the fact that he is not a working royal “one of the reasons Twat Harold cannot be a Counsellor of State is because he lives abroad”, meaning he would be unable to carry out regular engagements in Little Britain. 

Harold and MeMe now live in Montecito California with their two children, Archie, three, and Lilibet, one. 

Tensions have remained high between the couple and the rest of the Royle Family since their decision to quit the Firm and they have only visited Little Britain a few times since their move. 


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