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Buckingham Palace pumps the brakes on Prince Charles becoming King

Lainey Gossip Friday, 6 December 2019
Prince Andrew, the British royal family (sweat) stain, has been the Queen’s biggest problem in years – so much so that her handling of the Andrew scandal has led to doubts about her leadership. Which is why there’s been so much talk about Prince Charles and whether or not his ascension will be accel...
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