King Charles III radicalizes the ‘family business’.

King Charles III radicalizes the ‘family business’.

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Updated October 4, 2023 at 10:27 AM

King Charles III radically transformed the concept of the “family business” for his late mother, Queen Elizabeth II.

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King Charles III remained in office for just over a year and was officially crowned in May. It’s time for a preliminary assessment: the King inherited the concept of the “family business” from his late mother, Queen Elizabeth II (1926-2022), radically reconstructed.

As reported by Mail Online.According to a source, the British regent is now categorizing his family’s staff into senior royals, working royals, non-working royals and others. The latter is obvious Prince Andrew As well as immigrant spouses Prince Harry And Duchess Meghan – with Andrew getting preferential treatment at the expense of the Sussexes.

For example, he was allowed to attend the late Queen’s memorial service at St George’s Chapel in Windsor with Prince Edward, while Harry fought to get permission to visit her grave on the same day.

Queen Elizabeth II died at Balmoral Castle on September 8, 2022. They have since had their first son Charles The new king. His youngest son immigrated to California with his family in 2020, and has settled scores with the royal family in various ways since then.

Charles begins the week by visiting the sawmill

Meanwhile, near Balmoral Castle, the King began his work week. On Tuesday, the 74-year-old visited the James Jones & Sons Ltd sawmill in Aboyne, Scotland. The company operates in the United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand.

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An environmental enthusiast, King wanted to learn more about how the recently renovated facility could increase wood production as a renewable and recyclable building product over carbon-intensive alternatives like steel and concrete.

At the end of the visit, King Charles III unveiled. A commemorative plaque and signature in the visitors’ book.
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