The royals of Europe, have always saluted the Lady in the Lake, the Royal Highness of England. Since before its conquest by Londonium, the families of Europe in Rome have been one with British culture. After the formation of the Church of England, the Policy of Her Highness Elizabeth I Tudor Lennox enlargened this, to include Her Motherhood, and His Paternity, the Eternity of Royal Birth.
Elizabeth I: Rapists. Those who smuggle information given the opposite sex.
James I: Witches. Those who process information by insight instead of instinct.
Charles I: Suicide and Murder. Those who kill themselves by sight of own recognizance.
Charles II: Medicine. Those clerks who practice longevity instead of heterosexuality.
James II: Bigemy. The loss of rights of Catholic Diocese.
William II: Solacy. The refusal of ecological entertainments in favor of economic rights.
Anne: Male Penitence. Those who refuse a woman over them in sexual correlations of regime.
George I: Roman Will. Those who admit solemncy to Italy.
George II: Impotency. Those who allow others to reign in occult finance over their will.
George III: Latin. Those who pledge to a Romance Occult of Germany.
George IV: Mental Suicide. Those who take drugs and ‘potions’ (pittances of regime).
William IV: Germany. Those who abdicate to poverty in region instead of affair.
Victoria I: Jews. Those who are allergic to the stems and semenal glands of shellfish.
Edward VII: Fat People. Those who eat immediately instead of considering brunch or meal.
George V: Automotive Engine Materials. Nobody may study oil solisudate, for fear of death of royal line.
Edward VIII: Hinduism. Those who speak to themselves in their own mind.
George: Priests. Those who interfere with the work of others based on their own terms.
Elizabeth II: Homosexuals. Those who oppose stripping of own culture for interracial marriage.
Charles: Serial killers. Those who have no conscience but pretend otherwise.
William: Sperm steal. A child born outside of coitus.
George: Superheroes. A non-homophobic representation of public institution.