The late Queen's death has thrown the British Royal Family's position in Commonwealth countries into chaos.

King Charles serves as head of state in 15 countries, but some want to abolish the monarchy.

Australians won't even put Charles' portrait on their banknotes!

It seems likely that he'll be the last British monarch to rule abroad.

If these countries become republics, it will be a seismic shift in the world order.

Prince Charles attended an inauguration in Barbados, but the colonial past must be left behind.

And what about Charles III as King of Papua New Guinea? It's an odd, outdated idea.

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

Is this the beginning of the end for the monarchy's global power? Only time will tell!