Posted by Richard Willett - Memes and headline comments by David Icke Posted on 22 March 2024

Where does the Monarchy go from here? At last the Kate mystery is solved – she and Charles BOTH have cancer. One at 75, the other at 42

I have written for years that the Monarchy would be unravelled with the demise of the Queen and Prince Philip – royalty has served the Cult magnificently over the centuries but it has no place in the ‘Great Reset’ world in which there are planned to be no countries. The Queen died only 18 months ago and events have moved so fast since then.

The Princess of Walescancer diagnosis is set to pile further pressure on the ‘slimmed down’ monarchy.

Kate announced today in a deeply moving video message that she is suffering from the disease, just weeks after her father-in-law King Charles was diagnosed.

Prince William is now set to be absent from royal duties until after Easter as he supports his wife and their children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.

And with the King continuing his own treatment, it means the Royal Family is now left with only four senior working royals for the coming weeks: Queen Camilla, Princess Anne and the Duke and Duchess of Edinburgh.

Collectively they have carried out more than 170 engagements between them since the start of the year and experts have previously said that other royals will have to step up.

But Prince Andrew remains banned from duties following the fallout from his relationship with paedophile Jeffery Epstein and his payoff to sex accuser Virginia Giuffre and Prince Harry and Meghan Markle opted to step down as working royals in 2020.

Andrew’s daughters, Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie, are not currently working royals, and nor is Lady Louise Windsor, the daughter of Prince Edward.

There have previously been calls for Zara and Mike Tindall to do more.

The Duke of Gloucester does carry out engagements but is now 79 and does not have a high public profile.

The frail Duke of Kent is now 88 and is unlikely to be able to take on engagements in the place of Kate, William or the King.

It comes after Princess Anne, who is now 73, told a Canadian broadcaster last May: ‘I think that ‘slimmed down’ was said in a day when there were a few more people to make that seem like a justifiable comment’, adding: ‘It doesn’t sound like a good idea from where I’m standing.

Read More: What now for the slimmed down monarchy after Kate’s cancer diagnosis?

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