It is quite clear the King's elsest daughter is not advocating for the restoration of Monarchy and that's even more obvious after accepting the last project of law. She is often critisized for her Romanian language by very many Romanians. If you consider yourself Romanian you speak the language. Marina Sturdza for example was raised in exile but she speaks a very good Romanian.
I refer you to your recent trashing of the Princess and her ability to speak Romanian. I suppose her language skills have deteriorated since you said they were quite good a few years ago?
The decision could be linked to the importance of being Romanians because even today some argue the daughters of the King are not Romanians. The truth is that only Princess Margareta speaks a quite good Romanian.
A hallmark of the monarchy as a system, and a monarchist as a supporter, is that one is principled and able to see past a person and onto the institution as a greater arrangement. Only when one does that, will the things that are irrelevant to the ordinary person and voter, disappear from the minds of those who are more than averagely interested in the issue as well, and only then can the Royal Family, the supporters of the monarchy and citizens come together to change a system of governance to the benefit of all Romanians.
Until we are at that crossroads, we should refrain from attacking and denigrating the institution we're actually trying to restore, by trashing those who represent it in Romania today, the Royal Family. Anything else is just counter-productive and yields no results for anyone, except the republicans, who want nothing more than monarchists and supporters to tear each other apart, to ensure that the monarchy as an institution will never be restored in Romania.