The last king of Scotland might not be Forest Whitaker after all. It might be the Duke of Bavaria, Franz Bonaventura Adalbert Maria Herzog von Bayern.
The 74-year-old German aristocrat is the blood descendant of the 17th-century King Charles I.
And with talks of repealing the 1701 Act of Settlement, the ban on Catholics on the throne will be removed.
Ditching the Act, which many Catholics perceive as a historic injustice, would technically make the duke the rightful heir to the British Crown under the Stuart line.
And that, hypothetically, would open the way for him to become King of Scotland AND England. [Link]