Although the coronation ceremony of Carlos III has not yet started, there are already predictions about how long he will rule in the United Kingdom.. The act, which will take place in London on Saturday, May 6, generates a lot of anticipation and marks the end of the period Elizabeth II the monarch who had seven decades on the throne, the longest reign in the history of this country.
The other day, Mhoni Vidente offered his prediction about the new monarch. However, he did not take into account only Carlos, but other members of royalty such as Prince Harry who, in his opinion, symbolized. change for the institution.
True to her style, the pythoness made an analysis of the subject based on the sign that will rule during the coronation -Taurus- and declared that it was a period of transformation, but also of great impulsivity and “making decisions for the world the whole.”
As far as Harry is concerned, Mhoni anticipates that there will be a total revolution in the monarchy and that the prince would be completely out of royalty. However, while he is a well-known figure, even before the chaos about his marriage Meghan Markle and his subsequent decision to step down from his royal duties, does not place high in the line of succession to the British throne.
In this sense, the scenario that is predicted for the ruler is not encouraging. According to Mhoni, “Harry will be completely devastated, betrayed and depressed.”
However, the predictions regarding the time that Carlos III will govern the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth of Nations, this could be short. In the first place, because he assumed the throne at the age of 74, unlike his mother, who was crowned when she was barely 25 years old.
According to Mhoni, Carlos III will remain on the throne for only eight years and Then will be replaced by William, his eldest son, in 2031. However, he did not elaborate on whether or not he would be the product of the monarch’s death or if, on the contrary, he would abdicate in favor of the current Prince of Wales.
It is expected that Carlos III will impose the crown of the United Kingdom this Saturday there Westminster Abbey and, unlike Elizabeth II’s coronation, it will be a more modest ceremony, where only 2,000 people are invited. Along with him, his wife Camilla will also be crowned, although it is still not known if she will be given the title of “queen consort”, as has been done historically, or if, on the contrary, they will dispense the second term. . For now, the invitations are not sent Buckingham Palace she was identified as “Queen Camilla”.