it is highly likely that the UK will change radically in the years to come as the post-war, post-imperial Elizabethan era draws to a close. Commonwealth realms will become republics, the "House of Lords" as is will surely breathe its last breath and it's even perfectly plausible that the UK as it exists today will be no more in the not too distant future. At that point, the coinage, the flag, even the current royal coat of arms, will all become relics, too. With a new reality to adjust to, and so much consigned to history, whatever is left will have to reinvent itself, and the English monarchy, if that survives, will be no exception. I think it's likely that Kings Charles III and William V will look to the European monarchies to provide a blueprint for a pared down, toned down, style more appropriate to the diminished status and role of the country.