Our royal team on Barbados cutting ties with the Queen and what’s next for other realms | ITV News

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ITV News Royal Editor Chris Ship and Producer Lizzie Robinson are in Barbados to mark the country’s transition from a Realm to a Republic.

55 years after gaining Independence, the Caribbean island has removed the Queen as head of state with Prince Charles invited to a special midnight ceremony.

Chris and Lizzie discuss the significance of the moment, what Prince Charles had to say and what’s next for other realms.

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