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Community made Fact Card:

The King of Norway is 73rd in line to the British throne
      made by MrBritish


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2 years ago #9757453        
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I would like the 72 other people to spontaneously die to see what would occur.


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Vexillo

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4 years ago #9479906        
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Wow, there are Brazilians in the in the line of succession, around the 80.


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2 years ago #9688403        
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What would happen if he actually did become king of England and the rest of the commonwealth countries?


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2 years ago #9659421        
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Can he into British?

8 months ago #9813608        
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I feel like queen Elizabeth would outlive all the line and heir to the throne

8 months ago #9813445        
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Of course he is. Every European monarch is probably related, through some shape or form.

9 months ago #9811399        
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What happens if some huge catastrophe wipes out a large portion of the human species, including all people on the list?
I ask because, as a Canadian, I could theoretically inherit England if enough other people in the Commonwealth die.

Henlaar

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1 year ago #9790032        
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There is a woman who is in prison for drunk driving, gambling and heroin addiction and she is about 90th in line to the throne! Where did we go wrong....


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Klaus

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2 years ago #9722669        
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This is actually a rather complicated question. The marriage of king Olav may have been invalid under British law. A law requires anyone in line for the throne to have permission from the sovereign to marry. There is an exception for descendants of princesses married to forreign princes. However, another law grants UK citizenship to every descendant of electress Sophia. This means that king Haakon was no forreigner.

Vexillo

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2 years ago #9717257        
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Who is the closest female to the throne, that I could marry and see the people ahead of her... leave the list so I become King of the British Island.


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elinbet

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3 years ago #9629398        
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Who's with me on a "trip", so that the King of Norway can take over the British throne, just for fun? (:


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3 years ago #9530884        
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@idunnpil
Jeg tror det er Knud den Store han mener. Af England-konger med navnet Canute har der i hvert fald ikke været andre end ham.

3 years ago #9496604        
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England never forgot that Nordic King Canute turned out to be a fair-minded ruler and top-notch administrator.


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4 years ago #9484855        
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74th, actually. Lord Frederick Windsor's 4-months old daughter Isabella surpassed King Harald V and she's 45th in line right now.

Source: http://www.britroyals.com/succession.htm


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LtD

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4 years ago #9478842        
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So as the monarchs and heirs in Sweden and Denmark, as mentioned in the site...

Karen

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4 years ago #9472139        
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Although the list is apparently tricky to compile due to issues of religious requirements and constantly changing births/deaths, the last update does list "Harald V Norges Konge" as #73.

http://www.wargs.com/essays/succession/2011.html


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