A Royal Unlike Those of Today

The death of a dignified British monarch marks the official end of a bygone royal era.

(Douglas Andrews – The Patriot Post) At the risk of reaffirming Yankee boorishness, we’ll note that the last time we Americans paid much attention to the British crown was when we threw it off back on July 4, 1776. Having said that, Queen Elizabeth II passed away yesterday, and in so doing ended the British Royal Age.

No, not officially. Her eldest son, the former Prince Charles, is now King Charles III. But Charles III is no Elizabeth II — not even close….

And the class and quiet dignity with which the queen conducted herself during seven decades on the throne — an era that spanned 14 U.S. presidents, from Harry Truman through Joe Biden — stand in stark contrast to the drama, the narcissism, and the scandal that have marked the lives of many of her progeny. As our Mark Alexander wondered this morning, “Any chance they could skip a generation and go straight to Prince William?”

No such luck, we’re afraid. In a tweet, of all things, Charles broke the news to the world: View article →



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