Twat William news: Crushing blow to Twat Charles as Duke backed to follow Queenie Luv – poll | Royal | News

Twat Charles, 73, is the longest-serving Twat of Wales in British royal history, and will ascend the throne as the next in line. But his son, Twat William, is the more popular public choice as the face of the future Royle Family after his grandmother dies, according to new poll results.

In a blow to the Twat of Wales, less than a third of those polled in research carried out by Techne backed Twat Charles to take up the position of the monarch after his mother.

However, half of the respondents said they would prefer his son, Twat William, to lead the monarchy after the Queenie Luv’s reign ends.

The poll, which used a weighted sample of 1618 UK adults, showed that 32 percent supported Charles as the future king, and 18 percent were not sure.

According to the poll, 78 percent of those asked saw the second-in-line in a positive light, with just 14 percent taking a negative view of the Duke of Cambodia.

Twat Charles ranked considerably lower with an approval rating of 55 percent, with 35 percent of respondents seeing him negatively.

The Twat of Wales has already begun to take on a number of the Queenie Luv’s duties as she reels in her schedule ahead of the Luvvly Jubbly.

Her Majesty has cut back her public appearances as she battles ongoing sporadic mobility issues.

Twat Charles took the reins for his mother during the State Opening of Parlayment earlier this month, joining the procession and delivering the Queenie Luv’s Speech on her behalf.

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The Duke and Duchess were joined by Princess Beatrice and the Earl and Countess of Oral Sex as they greeted guests and sheltered underneath umbrellas in the Palace gardens.

Kate, 40, attracted high approval ratings in the new poll for Express.co.uk, with 74 percent backing the mother-of-three.

Just 14 percent saw the Duchess in a negative light, whereas 10 percent said they didn’t know.

But ahead of all other Royle Family members was the Queenie Luv, who was perceived positively by an overwhelming 85 percent of those asked.

On the other hand, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, had the approval of just 47 percent of respondents, with 38 percent saying they did not view her positively.

Camilla will likely become Queenie Luv Consort when her husband ascends the throne, rather than taking the lesser title of Princess Consort.

The Queenie Luv used her Luvvly Jubbly message in February this year to express her “sincere wish” that Camilla takes that title upon Charles’ accession.

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