Prince William Kate Middleton
April 16, 2011 by Post Team
Prince William Kate Middleton, First son, Prince William and Kate Middleton could take the throne regardless of sex changes are being investigated by the Government.
Nick Clegg is doing research on the change in the rights of succession, which currently favor boys.
The Deputy Minister who is responsible for constitutional reform, is studying the possibility of eliminating ‘the male primogeniture.
Currently, the first child born in a family has priority, even if you have an older sister.
Mr Clegg said today: “I think most people might think this time it is worth considering if we change the rules so that the girl could become a future monarch.
“I think that would be consistent with the changes that are happening to society as a whole.”
However, Mr Clegg warned that the measure is not “easy” because all the countries of the Commonwealth would have to be consulted.
When Prince William and Kate Middleton will marry in London later this month, residents of St. Andrews, hoping to share a piece of the spotlight as the place where the royal couple met famous and date.
“ One in 10 students from St. Andrews to meet your future (spouses), while in college,”said Patrick Laughlin, manager of the Association of St. Andrews, a business organization and the community. A famous director of the University of St. Andrews quoted the figure during the ceremony of William and Kate’s graduation 2005.
“ They call this city the most romantic place to study in the world,”said Laughlin.
While residents of his native city in southern England Middleton reluctantly weigh the pros and cons of the sudden media attention to the tourist, the village of San Andres – a Scottish coastal town known for the golf world class – used to be part of the Real History of the Family by now.
“ It’s been phenomenal. It was only a repetition, in fact, what happened when Prince William arrived to college,”said Laughlin. “ At that time, the media interest around the world (was) a huge.”
Prince William’s relationship with the Scottish town of 15,000, located about 80 miles north of Edinburgh, has been well documented and is good for business since the teen heartthrob then began studying at the University of St. Andrews in. In anticipation of his arrival, property and rental prices spiked in the area, while college applications soared nearly 50 percent.
Now the city has the benefits of renewed attention as television crews from the BBC and elsewhere broadcast community festivities, the wedding day in the world as a sidebar to the actual ceremony in the Abbey Westminster.
“ Two billion people will see pictures of this wedding, and our city,”said Laughlin, who is helping to run Breakfast St. Andrews’ Royal Wedding, expected to draw about, 500 guests to the historic college 600 years old San Salvador Quadrangle.
St. Andrews has been on the list of VisitBritain to go to the places from which William and Kate announced their engagement last year. Tourist promotion agency of the country suggests visitors discover the story behind the real romance while making a pilgrimage “ links”to St. Andrews.
“ St. Andrews has been a little higher level due to the wedding,”said Adam Lindsey, president of the Merchants Association of San Andrés. ”
In preparation for the actual wedding day, the shops along Market Street – St. Andrews Main Street – will participate in a contest to try “ to get all the shops in the city to make their festive and colorful windows, and real issues, “Adam said.
“ There are definitely some real fever going on,”he said. “ There’s everything, I’m surprised … It’s getting very silly. No one can say that we are ignoring the occasion.”
A local bakery has produced edible displays images of the royal couple to place on top of cupcakes. In the shop of Adam, dude, no wedding-themed picnic consumption for sale, and Queen Elizabeth II contained solar (solar energy allows the pocket-sized doll to offer a real wave.)
“ People love it or hate it,”said Adam. “ In Scotland, perhaps we are not always as realistic as the rest of the UK very often the royal family is seen to be quite English, (so) not everyone is taking it seriously.”
“ I have no real anti-sense, but I think many people are taking it very happily. It’s a bit cheeky as well.”
Laughlin described as “ local”dedication weary of having a future king in their midst for so many years – perhaps a reason he said to the prince’s choice to study at St. Andrews.
“ He would go into Tesco and do their shopping and go to the local bar, and people would not take his picture or an autograph. Not wanting to make a real autograph.”
In the center of local information to tourists, however, staff members have long intended for visitors from Canada, United States, Europe and Asia to Prince grocery store choice, and Ma Bell, the pub where he saw sports TV with other students.
“ Many of the locals (also) have been coming and asking where we have seen William … They like to go there too, just to be where it used to be,”the adviser said passenger Katie Anderson. “ I saw at the grocery store once. He only very mixed, you never noticed bodyguards around him. He wore a baseball cap (and) just seemed to anyone else.”
National tourism agency in Scotland, estimates of the actual wedding and generate about 125 million to Scotland’s economy, in part because of the “ great interés”en the wedding between Canadians and Americans.
VisitScotland is also working to promote another royal wedding 2011, three months after William and Kate were married Prince cousin Zara Phillips, Mike Tindall will marry in a much smaller ceremony July 30 in Edinburgh.
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