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How the royal roles and responsibilities shift in the House of Windsor now that Charles is king

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It's long been rumoured that a revamp of royal roles and duties would swing into action with the ascension of King Charles to the British throne.  (PHOTO: Gallo Images / Getty Images)
It's long been rumoured that a revamp of royal roles and duties would swing into action with the ascension of King Charles to the British throne. (PHOTO: Gallo Images / Getty Images)

The winds of change have been sweeping through the House of Windsor days since Queen Elizabeth II passed away.

And King Charles will have to think carefully about how he allocates roles to members of his family – already criticism has come from several quarters about how some of the new roles will be occupied. Charles (73) is known for wanting a slimmer monarchy, but this might not be possible, experts say.

“There’s not many more members of the family to cut back really,” says Joe Little of Majesty magazine. 

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