Billboards appeared in major British cities, featuring the Dukes of Charles, Andrew, and William.
Huge red posters appeared in nine large British cities, in effect announcing the end of the monarchy, the last reign of the second. So be Elizabeth, and no one follows him on the throne anymore. The posters do not show the Queen, who is celebrating the 70th anniversary of her reign, platinum, nor Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, who are moving to America.
Only the heir to the throne, Prince Charles, and then Prince William, who preserved the family traditions the most, and Prince Andrew, who has recently been embroiled in huge scandals.
Behind the campaign is a grouping called “The Republic”, which would turn the monarchy into a republic. The organization wants to abolish the British monarchy and turn it into a republic, and that sounds a lot on the poster as quickly as possible. The group has been very active in the past anyway, including inviting the British to start a larger and more serious discussion about the future of the monarchy. secondly. Erzsébet is not included in the labels for some reason, as they also explain on their website that the second property. On an equal footing with Elizabeth, Charles will no longer inherit such respect and reverence as his mother writes Mirror.
The posters were already submitted in July 2021 on the plans anyway.
Republic has raised £43,000 for the campaign in various online spaces from its supporters. The posters will be displayed in public in Aberdeen, Glasgow, Newcastle, Leeds, Liverpool, London, Bristol and Birmingham anyway.
The stickers are amazingly simple, and the message on the red sticker speaks for itself.
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