The late Queen's death has prompted questions about the British Royal Family's position in Commonwealth countries.

King Charles currently serves as the head of state in 15 countries, including Australia, New Zealand, Canada, and Jamaica.

The King's portrait won't appear on Australian banknotes, increasing concerns that he'll be the last British monarch to rule abroad.

Binghamton University professor Andrew Walkling believes British kings will soon no longer rule foreign countries.

Australia and some Caribbean countries want to abolish the monarchy.

If these countries decide to become republics, it will show that they are "imagining a new future for themselves."

Prince Charles attended Barbados' independence and Dame Sandra Mason's inauguration.

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

Canadians, Australians, Jamaicans, and others have less pride and confidence in the British monarch.