'Double Kings' Prince Charles and Prince William to 'share' royal duties after Queen

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'Double Kings' Prince Charles and Prince William to 'share' royal duties after Queen

On Australia's The Morning Show, Journalist Melissa Hoyer discussed the likelihood of Prince Charles not becoming the UK's next monarch despite bei

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On Australia’s The Morning Show, Journalist Melissa Hoyer discussed the likelihood of Prince Charles not becoming the UK’s next monarch despite being the longest King-in-waiting in British history. Royal commentators have been discussing the possibilities of Prince William ascending to the throne before the Prince of Wales. But Ms Hoyer suggested the father and son could share royal duties in the form of a “double king.”

Ms Hoyer was asked whether Prince Charles should step aside for Prince William in the line of succession.

But the journalist blasted the idea and insisted that Prince Charles was “ready to step up” and take on the role of king.

Ms Hoyer also slammed the suggestion of William becoming king before his father.

She told the programme: “As if Charles will do that he has waited all this time.”

Ms Hoyer continued: “He was walking with that coffin in front of him, thinking, and he was crying being very emotional obviously about the death of his dad. 

“He is ready to step up whether we like it, whether England likes it I don’t know.

“But I think they will probably share duties a bit, to be honest, William and Charles.

“They will be like double kings.”

Another guest on the show, journalist Joe Hildebrand disagreed with the polls and insisted: “You can’t just skip a monarch, this is the whole point of the monarchy!”

The panel went on to discuss the future role William and Kate might play within the Royal Family. 

Mr Hildebrand described the couple as “the PR juggernaut.”

He also tipped the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to repair the damage left behind by Harry and Meghan’s bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey.  



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