Prince Charles has a "hidden gem" to set his big plan into motion and overhaul the monarchy when the Queen dies, a royal expert believes.
The heir to the throne has paid no mind to reports about his plan to change-up the Royal Family when the time comes.
It had been assumed Meghan Markle and Prince Harry would be beside Charles’ side but Megxit is said to have put a spanner in the works.
And now the 71-year-old reportedly has a "hidden gem" to pursue which the Queen’s son sees as an asset to the monarchy.
The asset is well-known to the Royal Family and according to expert Brittani Barger, has really "stepped up" since the Sussexes’ dramatic exit.
Mr Barger claims the Wessexes have fallen into line since the Duke and Duchess of Sussex moved to Los Angeles.
In particular, Sophie, the wife of Prince Edward, who is the youngest son of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, could now be front and centre.
She added that although the Wessexes have big shoes to fill, the couple may pull it off in Charles’ "hidden gem" to continue the Royal lineage.
Brittani, who is the deputy editor of U.S. based website Royal Central, told Daily Star: "The Wessexes have really stepped up since the Sussex exit, and Sophie has always been a hidden gem.
"I think the Wessexes are most likely to be the ones to step into the shoes of the Sussexes and do what they would have been doing in Charles's monarchy."
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A hint to what the couple’s role may soon be was reportedly flashed off at the end of Kate Middleton and Prince William's 2020 royal tour.
Kate and William visited Wales, Scotland, Manchester and Bately to thank Covid frontline workers.
The whistle-stop tour travelled across some 1,250 miles and the couple finally welcomed NHS heroes at the Queen residence just days before the festive period came to an end.
To the public’s surprise, the Wessexes met the couple there, who were seemingly stood in place of Meghan and Prince Harry.
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