As nobody has answered yet I shall, I think they do demonstrate inequality, they are born with special privileges, this really seems unacceptable in the 21st century. I personally think they took over hundreds of years ago and if anyone disagreed with them they chopped off their heads, and they have been in place (spinning us this lie like a bully) every since, why has nobody questioned this!? Surely am not the only one who thinks what they represent is unacceptable, they are not elected, not accountable, that's not fair. We teach our children if you do bad you don't get the good things in life, yet this doesn't apply to them. Yes they do charity work, but they are paid too, we give them money and they give some away (slow hand clap). Sorry but in my opinion these have to go or at least have a King or Queen that we have voted for, whose worked for their wealth.
the UK royal family is also the royal family of Australia
Because you have to have someone to look after the nation
Their government, as their are a democracy, similar to the UK, Singapore however, does not have a royal family
The UK is run by the royal family. The current monarch is Queen Elizabeth the 2nd
There is no other country in the world that can match the UK for pageantry.
Windsor. The UK Royal Family adopted the name Windsor by a royal proclamation of George V in 1917
Queen Elizabeth II's 53-year-old cousin, Lord Ivar Mountbatten, was the first member of the British royal family to come out as gay.
No, they were pretty rich long before India came into the picture.
The royal wedding guests are traditionally crowned heads (who are distantly related to the royal family), other UK royals and dignitaries, religious leaders, and close friends of the family.