The man in the picture is Simon Abney-Hastings, 15th Earl of Loudoun. He was also the legitimate heir to the British throne, and the rightful King of Great Britain. The entire House of Windsor (whose real family name is the German ‘Saxe-Coburg-Gotha’), which includes Elizabeth II, Charles, William & Harry do not have a legitimate claim to the throne. Their claim descends from a boy born in 1442, son of Richard, Duke of York also known in history as Edward the Fourth.
It has now been proved using records at Rouen Cathedral in France and others, that at the time of Edward IV’s conception, his mother Cecily Neville was 5 days march away from Richard, Duke of York.
It is quite probable that he was the child of an Archer by the name of Blaybourne who was having an affair with the Duchess, and not the son of the Duke of York. Subsequently the Crown should lawfully have gone to his younger brother George, Duke of Clarence.
It means that all subsequent monarchs, no longer have a legitimate claim to the throne. An illegitimate monarch cannot legitimately pass on the crown.
A legitimate claim to the throne could be sought by conquering the Crown. But all conquerors of the Crown subsequent to Edward III, were not conquering the legitimate King, and therefore had no right to the throne either. The legitimate Royal blood line descends from Edward IV’s brother, George. Following this Plantagenet line would have given us a Margaret I, and for example a Henry X and until recently a Barbara I.
King Simon I’s father King Michael I passed away on 30th June 2012, until which he was living like an ordinary bloke with his family in New South Wales, Australia. King Michael loved Australia so much that he voted for a Republic in their referendum! Sadly, King Michael I had shown little interest in pursuing his claim to the throne.
Michael I was an elected member of Jerilderie Shire Council.
So it has come to pass that my allegiances should be to the legitimate, if uncrowned, King of Great Britain & Northern Ireland, Head of the Commonwealth, Defender of the Faith – King Simon Abney-Hastings.
- – More In-depth Info from Wikipedia
- – BBC Story about King Michael visiting his ‘would-be’ seat of power
- – Michael I’s profile on Jerilderie Shire Council website