Man from Colorado claims to be 'rightful king' of Great Britain and will 'claim his estate in 30 days'

Man from Colorado claims to be 'rightful King' of Great Britain and will 'claim his estate in 30 days'

The advert claims the man will not take the throne immediately

Wednesday, March 1, 2017

A man who claims to be called Allan V Evans from Colorado says he is a descendant  of the British royal family.

An advert was placed in The Times insisting that Evans is the "rightful" king of Britain and "shall claim his Royal historic estate," in 30 days The Scotsman reported. 

It is not yet known if the advert was placed by Evans himself, but it would have cost hundreds of pounds to put in.

The advert claims he is “a direct descendant of an unbroken primogeniture line regally documented since the 3rd century in Great Britain and registered in the Royal College of Arms.”

Luckily, it claims he won't be taking the throne just yet, at least not until the Queen dies, because he respects her “great service and selfless sacrifice."

It is not clear what Evans' next step will be and no contact details were listed in the advert.

However, it does call for all “Welshmen, Scots, Manx, all Britons, and all citizens of this Great Nation called Great Britain” to “take heed and rejoice” at his return.