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EPHRAIM HARDCASTLE: Why Princess Anne remains the designated royal for the Scots 


EPHRAIM HARDCASTLE: Why Princess Anne remains the designated royal for the Scots

Princess Anne might have spluttered over her breakfast porridge at reports that brother Andrew was to spend more time in Scotland as part of his now abandoned ‘rehabilitation’ programme. With another independence referendum looming, the Palace is keen to emphasise that Anne remains the designated royal for the Scots – a position she adopted in 1999 to coincide with devolution and the establishment of a Scottish parliament. 

Andrew’s deployment would have undone all of Anne’s hard work instantly. Her second marriage was at Crathie Kirk, both children were educated at Gordonstoun and she is the only royal who knows the words to Flower Of Scotland. Should Scotland decide…



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