Hopefully they'll be abolished by then
Good question! I'm gonna say about 30-40 ish maybe. If Eliabeth doesn't stay to much longer or if she does stay much longer could have something to do with it. If he has to wait like his father his younger brother (if there is one) could be married with child by that time. So they might skip him so it continues in a siblings family rather than him to his nephew. I could be completely wrong though.
Well Charles will be 65 this year, the Queen is 87...if Charles gets the crown by 75 ...it's possible William could have it before he hits 50 all depending on what kind of health each of the Royals experience as they age (some people predict that it will pass from the Queen straight to William but I doubt that). If that's the case, I would guess if the new baby became King it could possibly be in his 40s-50s like his father.
Weren't we just having this conversation? haha I would agree some time in his 50s, but I will be in my 70s by then and we have a long wait to find out! The Queen is currently the longest living British monarch so I'm sure she's sticking around a little while longer.
Not for a while. He is behind, the current queen Elizabeth. Prince Charles and Prince William. He will be waiting a long time to get the throne, that is if he ever gets it.
he/she is 3rd in line to the throne
Not for a long time.