Mostly trust, John. Where the Queen is head of state and defender of the Fait..h
bless her heart, the Queen is legally and intricately part of the laws and traditions of those countries. Our defence forces swear an oath of alegence to the Queen.
What is a frightening prospect is that when the Queen no longer reigns, her eldest, Prince Charles, the Prince of Wales, a flawed individual and generally disliked and a man whose desire it was at one time was to become a tampon residing permanently between the legs of his then mistress, the English horsewoman, Camilla Parker- Boles, now his wife after the demise of Diana. His revealing comment was recorded by one of Britans less principled tabloids.There is much talk around in places where it matters, that when The Queen retires or dies, a time may present itself to cut ties with The Crown. A sentiment that seems by all accounts to be gaining traction in Britain also.
With a possible disconnect, many laws will need to be rewritten, Queens honours, like knighthood and honours will be dis established, the British National Anthem - God Save the Queen, will be replaced and goodness knows what will happen to the House of Lords, the second level of British governance and the Peerage with all the Lords and Ladies, Dukes and Earls, Viscounts and Barons, all those moochers who do alright out of the present system. But are entrenched in the whole business an example of which is depicted in the TV show, The Crown. It's not Dallas or Knotts landing, this shit is for real.