Trying to keep countries in the Commonwealth is a 'losing battle' for royals, Camilla Tominey claims

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Trying to support countries successful the Commonwealth mightiness beryllium a 'losing battle' for the Royal Family, royal commentator Camilla Tominey has claimed, successful the aftermath of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's tense circuit of the Caribbean. 

Camilla, who is the Daily Telegraph's royal editor, was discussing the protesters calling for independency who greeted Prince William, 39 and Kate Middleton, 40, successful Jamaica and Belize this week. 

Speaking with Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby connected This Morning from her location successful Hertfordshire, the royal adept said that much countries mightiness 'flirt with republicanism' and permission the Commonwealth erstwhile the Prince of Wales, 73, becomes King.

Camilla said that portion the Queen, 95, is 'sacrosanct' among the Commonwealth due to the fact that she's dedicated her beingness to serving its people, Charles is simply a much 'polarising' figure, which could trigger the departure of different countries erstwhile helium ascends the throne. 

This comes arsenic Prince William utilized the royal sojourn to Jamaica to tackle Britain's historical relation successful the enslaved trade, describing it arsenic 'abhorrent' and a 'stain connected our history' successful a keynote code alongside his woman astatine a authorities meal past night.

Trying to support countries successful the Commonwealth mightiness beryllium a 'losing battle' for the Royal Family, royal commentator Camilla Tominey has claimed, successful the aftermath of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's circuit of the Caribbean. Pictured connected Monday successful Kingston  

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