Family Research – English, Scottish and Irish Genealogy

22/10/2011

Commonwealth leaders set to agree historic changes to Succession Act so first-born daughters can take the throne

The Commonwealth is set to agree to change the 300-year-old Act of Succession to allow a first-born daughter to take the throne ahead of her brothers. Such a change would allow a daughter born to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge the right to become monarch ahead of any younger male siblings. for more click here

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