2 June 2021

BMS in Daily Star: Boris to Halt Charles becoming King

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BMS in Daily Star: Boris to Halt Charles becoming King

BMS Founder, Thomas Mace-Archer-Mills, has been quoted in the Daily Star in response to questions asked regarding the possibility of Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, delaying the Coronation of Prince Charles.

Her majesty was just 25-years-old when she took the throne on the death of her father, George VI, on February 6 1952.

She clashed with the war-time chief – who didn’t want the ceremony to distract Brits from rebuilding the country’s economy after World War Two.

Young Queen Elizabeth II eventually got her wish and the ceremony was televised to millions across the world on June 2 1953.

But experts now fear Britain will face a massive unemployment and inflation crisis in the wake of Brexit and the Covid pandemic.

And a royal historian who has written an academic thesis on the former prime minister warned history could repeat itself for Prince Charles.

The founder of the British Monarchists Society said Churchill admirer Boris Johnson may decide to delay the heir to the throne’s coronation if it would help him stay on in power. 

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