Who Is Next Is Line to the Throne of England?


As of November 2011, Prince Charles also referred to as the Prince of Wales was next in line for throne of England. He is Queen Elizabeth's eldest son born in 1948. However, he cannot become king unless his mother abdicates, dies or retires.
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Succesion and Precedence of the British Monarchy
Succesion to the British throne is governed by primogenture. Male-preference is no longer applicable to future heirs. Precendence goes to the children of a primary successor prior to going to the siblings of a primary successor.
1st: Prince Charles, The Prince of Wales
2nd: Prince William, Duke of Cambridge
3rd: Prince George of Cambridge
4th: Prince Harry of Wales
5th: Prince Andrew, Duke of York
6th: Princess Beatrice of York
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