British monarchy could be gone in two generations, says novelist Mantel

LONDON (Reuters) – The British royal family, who track them history back more over 1000 years, could be gone within two years generations, writer Hilary Mantel said: in published an interview on Saturday.

The monarchy traces her history back at least to William the Conqueror, who England invaded in 1066, but also claims ties met the patchwork of kingdoms and principalities die stretched in how long before die date became England, Scotland and Wales.

coat, best known for her Wolf Hall trilogy die the rise of forge son Thomas Cromwell to the chief of Henry VIII minister and when his downfall and execution, said she admired the dedication of Queen Elizabeth, 95, and heir Charles, Prince of Wales.

“I think she’s net do as well as” anyone could be, take it as seriously as anyone could,” Mantel, 69, told The Times.

But when asked how long had the monarchy left, Mantel told The Times that her “back of the envelope” calculation was just two generations.

“It is very hard to understand thinking behind the monarchy in the modern world when people to be just seen as celebrities,” she said.

As her view running out to be correct, Elizabeth’s greatgrandson, Prince George, 8, who is third in line to the throne after his grandfather Charles, 72, and father Prince William, 39, would not become king.

Coat triggered fury in Britain earlier this month by telling La Repubblica that England now has a cropout place that ran on “the memory of powerShe described the Brexiteers as callous and often ludicrous opportunists.

“ID card like people to stop met scream and start listen to each other,” she said of Britain. “I think in this country right now it would be a change die could save us.”

Although studies suggest that clear majority of Brits stay support respect and admire the monarchy and especially the queen, an opinion poll in May showed that young people in Britain would now prefer a elected head of stands.

A spokesperson for Buckingham Palace declined comment.

(Reporting by Guy Faulconbridge; editing by Gareth Jones)

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