Long Live the King

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Long Live the King outlines who is in the royal family and their connection to Charles III and the throne. There are a large number of names, titles and dates

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Long Live the King outlines who is in the royal family and their connection to Charles III and the throne. There are a large number of names, titles and dates but this information can of course be slimmed down if deemed necessary. There are a few insights into our new king’s character but it is for His Royal Highness to write the next part of his story – we all hope he’ll do a great job!

This script of around 15 minutes duration (cast of 30 – easily adapted up or down)

Sample Text

Speaker 21:     Charles became Charles III on 8 September 2022.

Narrator:         When did the other two Charles’ reign?

Speaker 22:     Charles I reigned 1625 – 49. (Pauses) I’m afraid things didn’t end too well for him.

Narrator:         Meaning?

Speaker 22:     He lost his head.

Narrator:         That was careless of him! Oops, sorry. I know, more respect! But he was a rather foolish man, thinking he had divine rights! He lost the respect of his subjects and ended up

Speaker 23:     Under the chop! He was accused of treason and beheaded.

Narrator:         What a terrible way to go! (Pauses) Fortunately the monarchy was restored just a few years later

Speaker 24:     With Charles II, the merry monarch!

Narrator:         Much better! I wonder what kind of monarch our Charles will be!

Speaker 25:     Our Charles lives in a very different world and is fully aware of the constraints of constitutional monarchy.

Speaker 26:     Power now lies in the hands of the government

Speaker 27:     And yet the monarch still has great influence both at home and on the world stage.

Speaker 28:     He does a lot of charitable work

Speaker 29:     And is head of the Commonwealth, like his mother.

Speaker 1:       Charles served in the Air Force and Navy from 1971 to 1976.

Narrator:         But what about his childhood? Did he go to school like us? Was he a good student?

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