‘God Save The Queen’ frontman John Lydon warns ‘end of the monarchy’ could be near as he takes a dig at Prince Charles

The former Sex Pistols frontman, whose song God Save the Queen sparked a backlash against his anti-royal sentiment, says Prince Charles ‘won’t be able to handle it’ once he takes over queen.

Punk legend John Lydon has taken a closer look at Prince Charles’ future king as he warns the end of the monarchy could be near.

The former Sex Pistols frontman opened up about his hit song ‘God Save the Queen’ and his attitude towards the Royal Family in an interview on Piers Morgan Uncensored, which aired on Sky News Australia on Friday night.

Lydon, whose 1977 song sparked a backlash against his anti-royal sentiment, said while he was not against the royal family, the end of the monarchy could be near.

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“It’s very anti-royalist but it’s not anti-human. I have to tell the world, you shouldn’t assume I’m dead against the royal family as human beings, I’m not. “, he told Morgan. .

“I’m really, really proud of the Queen for surviving and doing so well. I applaud her for that, it’s a fantastic achievement.

“I’m not a curmudgeon about it. I just think if I pay my taxes to support this system, I should have a say in how it’s spent.”

Lydon then lashed out at Prince Charles: “I think maybe it’s the end of the monarchy because Prince Charles won’t be able to deal with it.”

The punk legend was then asked about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s contribution to the royal debate.

“I’m sorry, but I think they turned out to be parasites. If you want to get out of this family situation, please do it and work for McDonald’s,” he said.

“But don’t expect me to shell out any more money to support your nonsense.

“As a public figure, if you don’t want to be a public figure, then shut your mouth.”

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