As an honest and god-fearing Englishman, I have nothing but undying respect for the Crown. Every day I wake up in my Royal Family-branded pyjamas and swear my own personal oath of allegiance to the British monarchy. Queen Elizabeth II is the longest-reigning monarch in British history, and her public approval ratings have never been higher. I have to admit, however, that in my darkest hours my faith in one of the core tenets of British society - that it is the divine right of the House of Windsor to rule over us in perpetuity - is shaken. Can the Windsor's remarkable skill at unveiling plaques really be taken as proof of the divine right of the monarchy?