Since the Queen's death, Commonwealth countries have questioned the British Royal Family's role.

In addition to Australia, New Zealand, Canada, and Jamaica, King Charles is the head of state in 15 other countries.

The absence of the King's portrait on Australian banknotes raises fears that he will be the last British monarch to rule abroad.

Professor Andrew Walkling of Binghamton University believes that British kings will soon no longer rule over foreign countries.

The monarchy is being abolished in Australia and some Caribbean countries.

Republics will show these countries are "inventing a new future for themselves."

Prince Charles attended Barbados' independence celebrations as well as Dame Sandra Mason's inauguration.

The colonial past must be abandoned, and having Charles III as King of Papua New Guinea is an unusual idea.

Canadians, Australians, Jamaicans, and others are less proud of and trusting of the British monarch.