Originally Posted by JR76
I find it quite unlikely that Crown Prince Leka would let his claim to the throne pass to the descendants of his grandfather's brother. A sign of this would be that the family tree on the revamped Royal website only features the ancestors of Leka and not the descendants of the collateral branches of the Royal House.
Then again I was sure that Princess Dèlphine wouldn't get a title and that King Carl Gustav never would remove the titles of his male-line descendants so what do I know
But Princess Delphine of Belgium was given her title by a court of law without consulting the King, and the removal of titles from the male-line grandchildren of King Carl Gustaf of Sweden emerged from his decision to treat them as private citizens rather than future working royals, which he made in full knowledge that if he did not act the decision was going to be made for him by Parliament.
Had it been left wholly to the judgment of the King of the Belgians and the King of Sweden, I am sure your predictions would be correct. Delphine would not have a title and Carl Gustaf's male-line descendants would not only still be HRHs but future Kings of Sweden as well.
If the former royal family of Albania is not legally recognized and has no official role in Albania, then Leka's pretensions to the defunct throne are a private matter and unlike the kings of Belgium and Sweden, he will be able to do anything he likes.