Is Prince Charles an heir?
What is the right way to say is Prince Charles an heir to the throne or a heir to the throne
Prince Charles is heir to the throne (Prince Charles is the Queen's Eldest Son), Prince William is heir to Prince Charles (Prince William is Prince Charles' Eldest).
No, his Father Prince Charles is Heir to the Throne, and William is Charles' Heir, when Queen Elizabeth II dies Prince William will become Heir to the Throne or is Prince Charles dies before his Mother Queen Elizabeth II William will become Heir.
There is a direct heir to the throne Prince Charles the Prince of Wales.
Prince Charles has yet to reign though he is heir to the throne
If Prince Charles dies, Prince Andrew will not become King because Prince Charles has two sons, Princes William and Harry. As Charles is heir to the throne, if he dies, his eldest son William will become heir.
The heir to the throne in the UK is Charles The Prince of Wales.
Prince Charles is heir to the throne of Great Britain.
His Highness The Prince Charles is the heir apparent to the British throne.
Prince Charles (the Queen's Eldest child) is heir apparent.
Since the middle ages every heir to the British throne has had the title "Prince of Wales" so when Prince Charles' mother became Queen in 1952 he had this title because he became the heir.
Yes, their firstborn will be third in line to take the throne. Prince Charles is heir to the throne, and William is Charles' heir.
Prince William III No , Charles is still Prince of Wales, and heir to the throne.
Prince Charles in next in line to throne. Then it will be Prince William, and then it will be Prince George.
Yes. Prince Charles is heir to the throne of the UK.
Prince Charles is Heir Apparent to the throne of England. He was born in 1948 and he was christened Charles Philip Arthur George.
Princess Diana Charles , was the late wife of Prince Charles the heir to the english throne.
Prince Charles is heir apparent to Queen Elizabeth II.
As of 2011, Prince Charles is next in line as the heir to the British monarchy.
Prince Charles, Queen Elizabeth II's son. Then it is Prince William.
Not only can he, he will, when Elizabeth dies. Charles is the heir apparent.
It's heir, and it's Prince Charles.
Yes. Prince Charles is the eldest son of Queen Elizabeth II, and therefore heir apparent of the British throne.
Her son Charles, Prince of Wales.
Prince Charles is heir apparent to become head of state for the UK and 15 other commonwealth realms.
The heir to the throne is Prince Charles. He will become King Charles III
Prince Charles is the Prince of Wales and heir apparent to the throne of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, as well as many Commonwealth nations.
The succession pases first to Prince Charles' children, Prince William and then Prince Henry. See the related question link below.
The present Queen's eldest son - Prince Charles.
The current heir to the throne is Charles, the Prince of Wales.
HRH Charles, Prince of Wales
As he is the son and heir of the current monarch.
His son, Prince William, will become the Prince of Wales and the heir to the throne of England.
Was hrh Prince Charles prince of wales re-instated as heir apparent to the succession to the throne of the UK?
Charles, son of Queen Elizabeth II was Duke of Cornwall and Heir Presumptive as a child. In 1958 he was named Prince of Wales but this was not formalised until 1969, at his Investiture at Caernarfon Castle when he became formally the Heir Apparent to the throne.
He is the eldest son of the reigning monarch.
Prince Charles is next in line.
The heir apparent is HRH The Prince Charles, the eldest son of Queen Elizabeth II.
If Prince Charles, The Prince of Wales dies before his Mother Queen Elizabeth II, Charles' oldest son, Prince William will become Heir to the Crown. The Reason that Charles' Sons and not his Brother the Duke of York would become Elizabeth's heir is because that's the way the British monarchy works, rights are past parent to child, so because Charles is first in line so will his son be.
Prince Charles is the eldest child of the Queen of England - Queen Elizabeth II - and heir to the throne of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
Prince William, I think? Then if William has a child, they would be the heir. I am pretty sure but not certain :P
William's child is third in line to the throne after Prince Charles and William.
Assuming you are referring to the United Kingdom, Prince Andrew has never been the heir to the throne. Prince Charles is the oldest son of Queen Elizabeth and has, therefore, been the next in line since his mother became queen when he was four. Prince Andrew is 12 years younger than his brother.
Princess Diana became a princess after she married prince Charles. The prince of Wales and heir to the throne of England.
2010 = Prince Charles. As heir to the throne, he will remain Prince of Wales until he either ascends to the throne or dies (whichever comes first).
Prince William is Heir apparent after Prince Charles as his position in the line of succession cannot be displaced by someone with a better claim. The line of succession always goes down the line through the monarch's eldest child until you reach a monarch with no children, then it goes across to the eldest sibling and down through the eldest child again, then to eldest aunt/uncle and down, and so on. Prince Charles is Queen… Read More
The Prince Charles, Prince of Wales (Charles Philip Arthur George) born November 14, 1948) is the eldest son of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, making him heir apparent, equally and separately, to the thrones of 16 independent states.