Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Charles, Prince William, Prince Harry, Kate Middleton, Camilla Parker Bowles Meghan Markle
Prince Charles, Prince Andrew, Camilla Parker Bowles, Queen Elizabeth II, Meghan Markle, Prince Harry, Prince William and Kate Middleton watch the RAF flypast on the balcony of Buckingham Palace on July 10, 2018 in London. Getty Images/Chris Jackson

The royal family could reportedly be brought to an end in four different ways, but it is highly unlikely for the British clan to be toppled.

Professor David Cannadine recently told BBC’s “In Our Time” that the royal family could come to an end if the Parliamentary legislation will abolish it. However, this isn’t going to happen.

“People taking them off to execute them, which isn’t going to happen. They give themselves up, which isn’t going to happen,” he said.

The professor went on to tell host Melvyn Bragg that there are a set of things which are rather iffier when it comes to bringing the royal family to an end.

“One of which is a referendum, which was once much talked about but I think has now gone. Devolution will be interesting, I think it will be very interesting to see how it plays out in Scotland and in Wales,” he said.

But generally speaking, Cannadine said that even though some people regularly say that the House of Windsor is going to end, he said that people must also ask how they think this would happen.

And even though Queen Elizabeth II is already 93 years old, there has been an increase in the popularity of the younger royals, particularly Prince William and Prince Harry. Their wives, Kate Middleton, and Meghan Markle are also very popular at the moment.

Before the royal siblings reached adulthood and became more involved with their royal duties, all eyes were on their parents, Prince Charles and Princess Diana. And when Prince William and Prince Harry get older, the focus will most likely shift to their children.

As such, it seems that the royal family won’t be brought to an end anytime soon or at all. Last year, seven out of 10 Britons supported the monarchy, according to a YouGov poll.

Her Majesty is last year’s favorite royal and lagging closely behind her is Prince Harry, Prince William, and Middleton, respectively.