• There are strict rules in place in the event of a royal death
  • Royal children are placed into the care of the ruling monarch

One of the questions about the future of the younger members, and one that we really hope will never happen, is: who will take care of them in the event of a tragedy?

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According to a royal prerogative from 1717, it states that children who lose their parents will automatically pass into the care of the British monarch, today, King Charles. The law of 1717 is known as the great prerogative opinion on the royal family, and was introduced by King George I...

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