Inside Prince William and Kate’s plans to modernize the monarchy

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have big plans to modernize the monarchy and establish a new direction for the royal family once William is king, say royal experts.

Prince William is already prepared for his role as future king after the royal took the place of Charles at the official opening of Parliament, and insiders are speculating how the father-of-three will one day transform the monarchy.

According to shimmer royal publisher Russell Myers, William’s position behind Charles in the motorcade behind the Imperial State Crown proves he is ready to become next in line for the throne.

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Catherine and Prince William during a visit to a Fish Fry
Prince William and Kate are said to have huge plans to shake up the monarchy. (Getty)

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“William is becoming a trusted lieutenant to the Queen, especially in the past two years,” Myers explained.

With the Queen’s fragile health and Charles preparing to take the throne in the next few years, royal insiders are looking into William and Kate’s plans to “rip up the royal rule book”.

In a report, it is believed that William and Kate will give up the royal titles and prefer to be addressed by their first names instead.

A source said The Sunday Mirror the couple also want to ditch the “stuffy” formalities, including curtsies and bows during the service.

“They want to be more approachable, less formal, less stuffy and break away from a lot of tradition,” the insider said.

The publication claims William and Kate’s ‘disastrous’ Caribbean tour motivated the couple to focus on a modern monarchy and ‘move with the times’ – a transformation dubbed the ‘Cambridge Way’.

William took Charles’ place at the official opening of Parliament. (Getty)

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They have been “rocked” by criticism of their tour and are now determined to break with tradition and carve out a less “formal” monarchy.

“William and Kate are now very aware that for some parts of the world and for younger generations, the monarchy is a symbol of colonialism and a bygone era,” another source said. The mirror.

“Now it seems silly to have celebrated that and pushed royal traditions on the tour.

The Cambridges reportedly had a debriefing with their royal aides after the tour on how to improve relations going forward.

“They went through everything and identified specific things that were wrong and how to improve moving forward,” the source said.

Will and Kate’s stay in the Caribbean motivated the couple to modernize the monarchy. (Getty)

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According to The sun, William and Kate have already planned to reduce the size of their staff compared to that of Prince Charles once the Duke of Cambridge is promoted to Prince of Wales.

The couple also want to organize more small-scale solo trips for royals rather than pouring the money into big-production royal tours.

“William and Kate are going to modernize the way they work. It’s a breath of fresh air,” a royal source told the publication.

“They’re trying to figure out what it will look like. It’s not a criticism of how it’s been done in the past. But times change.”

Prince Charles would like to “reduce” the monarchy once he is king. (Getty)

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Last year, reports emerged that Prince Charles had plans to “shrink” the monarchy once he is crowned King Charles.

A royal source said We Weekly this prompted William to start thinking about how he would change the monarchy in the future.

He strives to strike a balance between “respecting protocol” while ensuring that he and Kate are open and engaged with the public more than ever.

“He and Kate managed to strike a healthy balance of openness [in the public eye] while maintaining the sense of mystery that surrounds the Royal Family and keeps us engaged,” the source added.

The Duke of Cambridge, 39, is second in line to the throne after Prince Charles, 73.

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