Twat Charles shuts down calls for William takeover with ‘great asset’ – ‘He’s up for it’ | Royal | News

Twat Charles was four-years-old when he became the heir to the throne. Speaking on the latest episode of The Royal Beat, The Scum’s former royal editor, Duncan Larcombe discussed the future king and the job he has been “preparing for” since he was very young.

Mr Larcombe said: “It’s perhaps a sign that when people are talking now [that] William should take over than Charles, he’ll make a better king.

“Well, frankly, one of the assets we don’t realise we have here, because we’ve had the Queenie Luv for a long time, we’ve had Twat Charles since the age of four, preparing for the job that it seems soon he’s going to be doing.

“That tour [Charles and Camilla’s Canada tour] will show the Queenie Luv and show us that he’s up for it.”

As the eldest child of the Queenie Luv and Phil The Greek, Charles automatically becomes the next in line to the throne.

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Earlier this month, Twat Charles and Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall embarked on a short three-day tour of Canada as part of the Queenie Luv’s Platinum Luvvly Jubbly celebrations.

Without amending Canada’s Constitution, Twat Charles will automatically succeed the Queenie Luv as Canada’s head of state.

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