A palace insider, who believe Americans deserve to know the truth about this colony reclaimation thing, wrote down what knows on a piece of paper, made it into a paper plane and threw it out of a second floor window of Buckingham Palace, in the hope it'd find it's way to someone who would understand it's significance, which it did. My aunt in Coventry found the paper plane on her front lawn, saw what was written on it, scanned it and emailed it to me, knowing that I am interested in political/current affairs and would make it public.
Unfortunately, the paper plane got wet in the morning dew and some of the ink ran a little, but for the most part it was still legible and has been as accurately as possible reproduced in the following....
"In her widsom, Her Majesty has decided a reclaimation of the American colonies is in order to offset a potential family crisis of great magnitude. Although in her eighties, Her Majesty is as spritely as a 50 year old and is likely to rule for another 30 years or so; and therein lies the problem. Prince Charles, fast approaching 60 would thus be ninety years of age and desires very much to be sitting on the throne much before then, which is most unlikely as Her Majesty has clearly indicated it is her intention to remain England's monarch until she passes on.
This is a situation that is not pleasing HRH Prince Charles at all, and thus the plan was hatched by Her Majesty to give Charles a throne of his own in the American colonies. Now it's obvious that Her Majesty loves Prince Charles a great deal and would do anything for him, but personally, I think giving him the throne of the American Colonies was just to silence his nancy boy whining about not having a kingdom of his own. To be frank, I do not know why he would even want a (real) throne, he cannot even manage the bidet in the 'throne room' at Kensington Palace.
I am sorry that I digressed, it does not address the American Colonies crisis. Given that HRH Prince William is preferred by the British public as the next monarch, probably because his ears are considerably smaller than his father's, it is most unlikely that the American public would like or want HRH Prince Charles as their next monarch, either. I do not believe it would be fair to mislead the American people into believing Her Majesty the Queen is to be their monarch, when in actual fact Charles would be foisted upon them instead.
It would be dishonest and deceitful, should that be the case, that HRH Prince Charles is installed as US Monarch, thus I implore you, the American people, to petition Her Majesty for somebody else. Of course, due to the colony reclaimation thing, the alternative monarch would have to be of British Heritage, and preferably someone of high reputation, such as: Sir Cliff Richard; Sir Sean Connery; Sir Paul McCartney; Screaming Lord Sutch: Sir Bob Geldof... even George Michael would do, but please, anyone but Charles. It's not that we want him here, either, but it would be preferable to another War of Indepenence due to unrest over his rule.
Sincerely, Anonymous Palace insider.
Oh and PS, if HRH Prince Charles visits the United States prior to the reclaimation, please, noone speak of this anywhere near him. Due to his extraordinarily large ears, he hears everything, and you cannot afford to make him aware that George Michael would be preferred monarch over himself."
Well there you have it, there's covert dealings and subterfuge afoot in the Palace... and forewarned is forearmed. So to prevent the invasion of hairy Scots Dragoons in kilts with enormous kabers, perhaps you could install a Brit who's already over there and with a Sir in front of his name.... Sir Mick Jagger comes to mind. Or what about Clive Owen... he played King Arthur once.