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Adam of Epping, King of Great Britain

Adam of Epping


The King of
The Kingdom of Great Britain

His Royal Majesty

Adam of Epping



A Portrait of His Majesty

King of the Kingdom of Great Britain

Style

His Royal Majesty

Reign

17 August 2026 Present
(1 Year)

Coronation

12 January 2027

Predecessor

Stuart of Epping

Prime Minister

Oswald Hastings



Born

7 October 2000
(Age: 27)

Spouse

None

Issue

None



Full Name

Adam James Richard Charles

Household

of Epping

Father

Stuart of Epping

Mother

Sandra Richards



Nationality

British

Education

Imperial College London
(BSc Computer Science)

Religion

Roman Catholic

Signature



Military Service

Allegiance

Kingdom of Great Britain

Service Branch

British Army

Unit(s)

Royal Anglian Regiment
Intelligence Corps

Years of Service

2018 2026

Rank

Major

Wars

Indian Rebellion of 2025


Disclaimer This factbook is currently work-in-progress

Adam is the King of Great Britain and the other Commonwealth realms.

Adam was born in the House of Epping's ancestral seat, Copped Hall, as the first child of King Stuart and Queen Sandra, and he was educated at Imperial College London, where he became both friends with the current Bohemian Monarch, Annette II, and a Bachelor in Computer Science. He was made the heir presumptive when he was born in 2000. During his years in University, he began to undertake training as an Officer Cadet in the British Army for three years before becoming a Second Lieutenant in the year after University. He has an older half-brother, that although not of royal blood, is seen to be in good standing with the King.

Prior to ascending to the British throne and after University, Adam joined up into the Regular Army serving in the Royal Anglian Regiment, a light infantry regiment, for a few years. During his service, he was reported as a 'polite gentleman who managed to bolster men's spirits with persuasive oratory and hard work' and was eventually promoted to the rank of Captain and invited to join the Intelligence Corps. As an Intelligence Corps Captain, he was mostly stationed overseas but was involved in the Indian Rebellion of 2025, where he intercepted rebel intelligence via electronic communications. Eventually, Adam became a Major after the rebellion and earned a Distinguished Service Order (DSO) for taking charge of the defences of his intelligence camp only armed with a pistol and a sword against an enemy that outnumbered the camp's guards.

When his father died on the 17 August 2026, He became the Head of the Commonwealth, Emperor of India and King Regnant of eleven independent Commonwealth countries: Great Britain, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, India, Rhodesia, the West Indies Federation, Belize, Solomon Islands and Tuvalu. When he ascended to the British throne, he brought along his skills, personality and his dedication to his duties much like his time as an Officer, managing to assure and convince the nobility and the people of his capabilities being an awarded veteran. Despite his personal distaste of democracy, the King finds himself acting in 'hands-off' manner, finding that the current British system of constitutional monarchy was sufficient for the time-being as it allows him to hold most of the power but keep a 'lax leash' on Parliament.


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Ideology


Policy

  • Economic Policy
    Adam has maintained a policy of favouring state interventionism over other market mechanisms, with policies such as domestic control of the economy, labour, and capital formation, even if this requires the imposition of tariffs and other restrictions on the movement of labour, goods and capital. However, he also views both capitalism and socialism as equally flawed and exploitative, and on a domestic level he favours economic mechanisms such as small-scale cooperatives and family businesses, progressive tax rates, living wages, the right to form trade unions, and large-scale anti-trust regulations. This has led to a healthy rise of domestic industries, which compete against each other on a domestic free market, at the expense of foreign industries. Critics and analysts have often commented that the King holds both 'LinkEconomic Nationalist' and 'LinkDistributist' views.

  • Social Policy
    Great Britain has maintained a very socially conservative mindset based around the morality of the Marian Era and Adam has sought to change that by modernising the culture and attitudes of Great Britain whilst honouring the past through the maintenance of traditions and values, LinkCatholic social teaching is prevalent amongst Adam's social policies as he truly believes that it tries to find an equilibrium between respect for human liberty, including the right to private property and subsidiarity, and concern for the whole society, including the weakest and poorest. Because of this, a healthy number of acts have been put into place that ban particular social issues like Prostitution, Abortion, Capital Punishment, Euthanasia and Torture etc., currently, the modern set of British Values espouse sexual restraint, low tolerance of crime and a strict social code of conduct.

  • Military Policy
    Due to its position as a Superpower, Britain has to maintain a large military presence in the world and Adam has continued the policy of maintaining the size of the military with a specific focus on the Navy. In the year of his reign, Adam approved and implemented the Future Integrated Soldier Technology program (or FIST) to ensure that the British Army is held to modern standards and adequate resources are given to Military Research as to ensure cutting-edge technology is researched and developed for the British Military. However, despite all of this, Adam has sworn to uphold the LinkJust War Theory in practice.

  • International Policy
    Due to Adam being the Head of the Commonwealth, a particular focus is given to the members of the Commonwealth, such as the Commonwealth Free Trade Agreement (CFTA) becoming a policy as to voluntarily allow members to trade freely with other members who have signed up for the CFTA.

For & Against (Most Notable)

  • For: High Toryism, Monarchism, Divine Right of Kings, Economic Nationalism, Traditionalism, Aristocracy, Social Conservatism, Distributism, Catholic Social Teaching, Just War Theory, Universal Healthcare

  • Neutral: Interventionism, Imperialism, Authoritarianism, Democracy

  • Against: Corruption, Communism, Socialism, Globalism, Libertarianism, Atheism, Secularism, Liberalism, Feminism, Capitalism, Fascism, Nazism

Titles & Honours


Main Article: List of all titles & honours of Adam of Epping

Titles

Great Britain
His Royal Highness, The Prince Adam | 7 October 2000 17 August 2026
His Royal Majesty, The King | 17 August 2026 Present

Honours

National

Great Britain: Sovereign of the Most Noble Order of the Garter
Great Britain: Sovereign of the Most Ancient and Most Noble Order of the Thistle
Great Britain: Sovereign of the Most Illustrious Order of Saint Patrick
Great Britain: Sovereign of the Most Honourable Order of the Bath
Great Britain: Sovereign of the Most Exalted Order of the Star of India
Great Britain: Sovereign of the Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George
Great Britain: Sovereign of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire
Great Britain: Sovereign of the Royal Marian Order
Great Britain: Sovereign and Recipient of the Distinguished Service Order
International: Sovereign Head of the Most Venerable Order of the Hospital of St John of Jerusalem

Foreign (Preview)

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Trivia


  • He and the Prime Minister, Oswald Kingsley, are considered to be very close friends with Oswald seen attending hunting trips with the King.

  • When questioned on why he manned the defences with a sword, he replied "Any officer who goes into action without his sword is improperly dressed", echoing 'Mad Jack' Churchill.

  • He was scolded by his late father for jokingly asking a fellow soldier to slightly move the artillery so that they might hit Republican protesters.

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