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Princess Anne Opens Up In Rare Interview About King Charles' Coronation Day & The Monarchy's Future


Princess Anne is speaking out in a rare interview just days before her brother's coronation day. The younger sister of King Charles III recently sat down for an interview with Canada's CBC News' The National correspondent Adrienne Arsenault, and the 72-year-old royal said that streamlining Britain's royal family to make it a smaller and cheaper enterprise for UK's taxpayers "doesn't sound like a good idea." Later in the interview when Princess Anne was asked how she and her family deal with other countries and people wanting the monarchy to be abolished, she defended her family and what the royals stand for. As Princess Anne's older brother prepares for his coronation day, alongside his wife, Queen Consort Camilla, the royal admitted that she believes he won’t be changing much in his new role.

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Tags: Princess Anne, King Charles III, Queen Consort Camilla, Royals, Royal Family, Coronation, celebrity, lifestyle, news


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