Micheal de Nostredame is a 16th-century seer who predicted that King Charles III would abdicate the throne due to his old age suggesting that Prince Harry would be the next to ascend on it. These readings are written in a cryptic way, and Mario Reading, an author and leading Nostradamus expert, has interpreted his writings.
Although it is known that King Charles III’s younger son Prince Harry is unlikely to become King, it is believed that he predicted the death of the queen in cryptic poems written in 1555.
“The preamble is that Queen Elizabeth II will die, circa 2022, at the age of around ninety-six, five years short of her mother’s term of life,” written in one of Nostradamus’s poems that are illuminating for the living. The elucidating author has also explained in the seer using his words “King of the Islands,” as he foresees many countries breaking off from the Commonwealth during Charle’s time as the head of Britain.
Speaking of the 20th-century King’s empire, the enlightening seer said that in 2022 Prince Charles would be seventy-four years old. His resentment will hold him by a certain consonance when he ascends over the throne as his separation from Princess of Wales Diana remains.
Adding further, Reading said, “King Charles would abdicate the throne due to his age and will make way for Prince Harry to mount to the British throne. According to the inscriptions, the seer’s own words, “A man will replace him who never expected to be King,” is highly sensed to be Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex.
Reading also decoded the biggest question that asks whether or not Prince William is in the picture or not, as he is the only one to ascend to the throne next. This would make him King Henry IX, aged at just 38. Formerly, people have claimed that Nostradamus has accurately foreseen events like the Nazi Party in Germany, the rise of Hitler, and the September 11 attack on the World Trade center.
Apart from this, King Charles III and Queen consort Camilla have taken their rightful place on the throne at Westminster Hall, London, UK.