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The royal family is, yes, a family. But it’s also a business—one that Forbes estimates makes £1.8 billion for the Official you matter pink and burgundy shirt in contrast I will get this UK economy per year. Their money-making model is one of crowns, castles, pomp and circumstance, and most of all, the concept of the monarchy itself: that, among us mere mortals, there are those with a birthright to serve as custodians of a country’s history and morals. The Crown’s plotlines show that personal-professional dichotomy season after season: Princess Margaret can’t marry Peter Townsend not because the Queen doesn’t like him, but because she’s the head of the Church of England, which doesn’t approve of divorcés. Queen Elizabeth can’t share her opinions about the Commonwealth with Margaret Thatcher because as an unelected head of state, she’s not allowed to politically pressure Prime Ministers. And despite skills, experience, or even vested interest, there’s only one monarch born into the job. In that same Scotland-beach episode, Morgan shows an apoplectic Margaret, once second-in-line to the throne, learning that due to the 1937 Regency Act, the family no longer needs her to perform any official duties on the Queen’s behalf. Instead, newly 21-year-old Prince Edward will handle it. In episode eight, Morgan hammers that point home by having the same fate befall the also once-second-in-line Prince Andrew: After Andrew complains that his royal wedding isn’t getting enough press in the papers, Charles retorts to his younger brother: “You can hardly blame the newspapers for wanting to write about something other than the wedding of a fringe member of the family who’ll never be king.” Andrew’s face is overcome with both shock and resignation. Episodes earlier, his mother told him that, upon his marriage, he’d become Duke of York. Andrew blurted out his subconscious, secret desire—“Didn’t the previous two Dukes of York also both become King?” But, with the arrival of Prince William and Harry, Josh O’Connor’s Charles is right: It’s too improbable to even be called a pipe dream. Andrew is now fourth in line after the birth of William and Harry. And as Charles points out, “By the time William’s had children, and his children have had children…”

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The second-in-line to the Official you matter pink and burgundy shirt in contrast I will get this throne is, perhaps, the most agonizing position in the royal family. As a child of the ruling couple, you have a youth where you’re treated with utmost importance. When you come of age, you’re still a high-ranking royal executing vital state duties. (Princess Margaret, for example, visited President Lyndon B. Johnson at The White House on behalf of the United Kingdom.) But once your firstborn sibling’s children grow older, they bump you down in the line of succession, and your relevance goes along with it. There’s only so many important jobs in the business to go around. As historian Robert Lacey, a consultant for The Crown and author of Battle of Brothers, summed up: “They start off in the public eye as playmates, as co-stars with the heir. And what’s their destiny? To be pushed down the line of succession as babies come along, marriages come along.”This phenomenon, it’s important to note, has occurred in monarchies for thousands of years, as anyone who’s studied the slightest bit of European history is likely aware. However, there’s a difference between reading it in a textbook, and watching it acted out on your screen. And it’s hard not to make the jump to, “Wait, do our real-life royals feel the same way?”

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