Allan Evans has stepped out to claim his right saying he is the rightful King of England.
Evans, who is rather persistent, took out a large ad in The Times to let everyone know that he’s got his eyes on the prize – Buckingham Palace.
In the ad, he reveals in great detail why it is his birth right to ascend the throne after the death of Her Majesty.
An American has taken out a big ad in the Times to say he's the rightful king & intends to seize power. pic.twitter.com/ba1iQUyGer
— DavidMapstone (@DavidMapstone) March 1, 2017
As a direct descendant of ‘unbroken primogeniture line legally documented since the 3rd century in Great Britain and registered in the Royal College of Arms’, Evans has provided his, ahem, legal notice to claim his historic estate.
Thankfully, he’s patient enough to wait for the Queen’s death. Evans writes: ‘And shall further pursue an injustice of history by claiming by right the throne and sovereign crown of Great Britain at Westminster, upon whence the sad future death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, as he will not out of greatest and most deepest respect despose her in life for the great service and selfless sacrifice that she and her husband HRH Prince Philip has rendered to this great nation.’
It’s not the first time Evans has attempted rather far-fetched claims.
A man called Evans from Colorado attempted to claim a 400-acre piece of land in Twiggs county, Georgia.
Apparently, the land belonged to his ancestors though evidence of their ownership was destroyed in a country courthouse fire in 1901.
Allan. V. Evans, of Colorado, says he has a legitimate claim to be monarch and he wants Queen Elizabeth’s throne.