Prince Charles could rewrite constitution and let William take power after Queen dies, Diana's former voice coach claims

PRINCE Charles could rewrite the constitution and instead let William take the crown when the Queen dies, Diana's former voice coach has claimed.

The Prince of Wales is next in line to the throne, but Stewart Pearce – who worked with Diana for two years – believes he may abdicate the "difficult task" and allow his son to reign.


He told the Daily Star: "She (the Queen) is preparing to leave, and when she leaves the whole psycho-physical nature of monarchy will change.

"And who knows, constitutional law may be rewritten.

"He (Charles) may not take the throne, he may hand it to his young son.

"He doesn’t want to do it, such a difficult task."

According to Mr Pearce, William has been "part of the conversation" since he was 11 or 12 years old.

It comes after Charles and William reportedly lead a summit to decide the future of the monarchy following the death of Prince Philip in April.

The future kings were set to discuss plans for a slimmed-down monarchy over the next two generations.

Charles and William, with the assistance of the Queen, were due to decide which members of the family will retain senior royal roles and what they should do.

Meanwhile, Charles has denied claims he was behind an offer to help a Saudi billionaire secure a knighthood and UK citizenship.

The 72-year-old is coming under increasing pressure amid calls for a police investigation into claims made against his charity and his most trusted aide.

Michael Fawcett, 58, has temporarily stepped down after a leaked letter showed he was "willing and happy" to help a Saudi donor get a knighthood and British citizenship.

It came after Dr Mahfouz Marei Mubarak bin Mahfouz had coughed up £1.5million for Charles's charities.

Further leaked emails yesterday said to be from Mahfouz's paid advisor William Bortrick claim Charles was supportive of the offer of citizenship.

A spokesman for the Prince of Wales said Bortrick has never worked for the prince.

The spokesman said: "The Prince of Wales has no knowledge of the alleged offer of honours or British citizenship on the basis of donation to the charities and fully supports the investigation now underway by The Prince's Foundation."

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