King Charles III has made some modifications regarding who is authorized to have his power in the case that he would be absent, and although it is a touchy subject he stood his ground and removed Harry and Andrew as his official stand-ins.
King Charles III is very serious
According to the Daily Telegraph “The move would see the Duke of York, the Duke of Sussex, and Princess Beatrice all relieved of their duties as official stand-ins for the sovereign, should he be indisposed,”
King Charles III is protected under the 1937 Regency Act where he can have the spouse of a monarch along with four more adults in the line of the throne to be Counselors of State on official business.
Queen Elizabeth II had it all worked out
Queen Elizabeth had his roles very clear, which included, Charles, Prince William, Prince Harry and Prince Andrew.
When she was alive, she trusted Prince Philip to act on her behalf until his passing when he was 99 years old in April 2021.
There is a huge rush
For some reason, The Palace had enormous pressure to remove Prince Harry and Prince Andrew from their roles.
“It is believed that the King recognises the incongruity of having a trio of non-working Royals able to step into his shoes if he is abroad or incapacitated,” the Telegraph noted.
His sons are out, his sibling are in
There is a huge possibility that King Charles III may have the “law changed as soon as he can,” including his sister, Princess Anne, and his younger brother, Prince Edward, to act in his behalf if he would come unavailable or ill.
However, all changes have to be acknowledged by the Houses of Parliament.