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American Man Politely Informs Brits He Is Their Next King in Newspaper Ad
Those who weren’t perusing page 53 of the Times of London Wednesday may have missed a very important notice about a new challenger to the throne and sovereign crown of Great Britain.
That challenger is Allan V. Evans, hailing from Wheat Ridge, Colorado. Evans, or someone operating under his name, took out an advertisement in the Times to inform the British royal family and its loyal subjects that he’s taking the reins of the reign from here.
Evans, according to his newspaper ad, is “a direct descendant of an unbroken primogeniture line legally documented since the 3rd century in Great Britain and registered in the Royal College of Arms.” That’s pretty cool. (Especially since the House of Hanover didn’t show up in Britain until the 18th century, and the current ruling family, the Windsors, until the turn of the 20th.)