The new king's decisive and ruthless action demonstrates that he's being practical in his pursuit of a modernized monarchy. Even after just two months on the throne, he is moulding the institution to his ideal — slimmed-down and uncomplicated by the kind of scandal and gossip that has weathered it in recent years. This is the kind of reinvention that will keep the monarchy relevant in 21st century Britain.
This is a desperate attempt to paper over the cracks of a disintegrating institution. Whilst the royals could continue limping into the modern age, it would be far more preferable if they called time on the antiquated constitutional parade of their existence. King Charles is right to try and exclude the scandal and disgrace surrounding Princes Harry and Andrew, but he should go further and cease the mockery that the monarchy makes of democracy in the UK.
There is a 65% chance that any part of Great Britain will be under monarchy in 2075, according to the Metaculus prediction community.