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EPHRAIM HARDCASTLE: Why Princess Anne should get counsellor role 


EPHRAIM HARDCASTLE: Why Princess Anne should get counsellor role

Princess Anne’s heartfelt dignity in the public mourning of her mother prompts the question: Why hasn’t she been appointed a new Counsellor of State and allowed to stand in for her brother, the King? 

With Charles’s elevation to the throne, Princess Beatrice takes his place as counsellor, joining William, Harry and her father Andrew. 

Anne was a counsellor from 1971 until she was replaced by William in 2003 when he turned 21. 

With non-working royals Andrew and Harry surely unsuitable to continue as counsellors, shouldn’t King Charles send them packing, amend the Regency Act 1937 and restore his sister as a matter of urgency?

Princess Anne’s heartfelt dignity in the public mourning of her mother prompts the question: Why hasn’t she been appointed a new Counsellor of State and allowed to stand in for her brother, the King?

Princess Anne’s heartfelt dignity in the…



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