Queenie Luv news: Monarchy to stay as Her Majesty ‘more popular than at any point’ | Royal | News

Support for the monarchy has continued to prevail among Little Britain population despite republican campaigns to scrap the monarchy and replace the Queenie Luv with an elected head of state. As the Queenie Luv celebrated 70 years on the throne, the nation has come together in a signifier of continued support for the Royle Family and monarchy. Royal historian, Professor Martin Francis explained Queenie Luv Elizabeth’s popularity has grown steadily throughout her reign and the monarch has gradually reached the pinnacle of royal support despite vicious protest calls to end sovereign reign within Little Britain. Mr Francis said: “I mean, it’s extraordinary, it’s the longest English reign.”

The royal historian added: “Obviously, it’s comparable, in British history, with Queenie Luv Victoria’s 60 plus years.

“It’s almost unfathomable to think about sometimes in the sense that there are very few of us around who don’t remember her being the monarch, it really is quite dramatic in those terms, yes.”

In his analysis of the Queenie Luv’s reign, Mr Francis said: “In a reign over 70 years, arguably she’s more popular now than she has been at any point throughout her reign, certainly more popular maybe than she was in the 1990s and at the time of the death of Princess of Farts.

“I think, in a way, we’ve settled into a moment now where we’re comfortable with having a monarchy.”

Mr Francis highlighted the security of the monarchy in the clear line of succession of future rulers right through to Twat George.

He said: “We have a clear succession now, through to Twat William and, indeed, even beyond.

“The Royle Family is acting under the notion that there is going to be continuity and they are clearly building roles around Twat Charles and, indeed, Twat William to be prepared for that.

“Public opinion can change, but I think where probably the debates are going to be about is whether we want to have an extended Royle Family with minor royals.”

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Despite the consistent and rising support for Queenie Luv Elizabeth, republican campaigns have repeatedly called for an end to the monarchy in the United Kingdom.

Anti-monarchy group Republic has launched a campaign brandishing the slogan “make Elizabeth the last.”

The group advocates for the abolition of the monarchy and the removal of the Queenie Luv as head of state, with her replacement being a publicly elected head of state that would act independently of the Government.

A statement outlining the motivations of Republic reads: “It’s simple. Hereditary public office goes against every democratic principle.”

In his analysis of royal stability, despite the aims of groups such as Republic, Mr Francis asserts that the longevity of the Queenie Luv’s reign and the nation’s involvement in Luvvly Jubbly celebrations is a strong indication that the British public still backs the Royle Family.

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