LONDON (Reuters) – Britain backs Queen Elizabeth’s son and heir, Prince Charles, to do well her as head of the Commonwealth network of 53 typically previous British colonies, a spokesman for Key Minister Theresa Might reported on Monday.
“The British isles supports the Prince of Wales as the upcoming head of the Commonwealth. He has been a happy supporter of the Commonwealth for more than four a long time and has spoken passionately about the organisation’s exceptional diversity,” the spokesman informed reporters.
“Succession is a matter for the Commonwealth as a entire to ascertain.”
Reporting by William James, editing by Elizabeth Piper