In the line of descent yes. Marilyn explains it quite clearly. But I can give you the plain knocked down version. Example- A King has a sister and a brother and a son and daughter. The King and the Son die so the King's Daughter would become Queen not the King's brother or sister.I don't know much about the Royal Family,so i may have been wrong some ways,but it seems i was right about the males heirs to the throne get the priority before females do.
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Well in some cases yes if the Sister is older then she would get the crown like in Denmark or Sweden. They made a new law where the oldest gets the crown regardless of them being either male or female.I did not know about the King Brother and sister rule though.
The Countess of Rothes is not a real name, Alyson; it's a royal title. The Countess' real name was Lucy Noel Martha who married Norman Evelyn Leslie, (19th Earl of Rothes).The countess of Rothes?Why is her name poshie?Is this lady a princess? I just don't under stand her name,it's not a regular name like normal people have!
There are usually more Women then Men anyways. Of course in the States la influenza paid a good long visit and evened the playing field amongst Men and Women. Hence all women got the Vote!Actually, one of the reasons for the 'over 30' ruling was that in 1918 (after millions had died in the Great War) men were significantly outnumbered by women and didn't want them to have the majority when it came to electing a government.