The British Royal family is reported to be changing House with the House of Windsor about to become the House of Lambert.
A report in British tabloid, the Daily Rats, confirmed that the Queen will be succeeded by none other than singer, Adam Lambert.
Rumours began to circulate after Lambert was seen on British shores six times in the past two years, visiting the different countries in the Kingdom each time, and having been spotted on a couple of occasions in the Westminster area of London, in the vicinity of Buckingham Palace.
An exuberant Adam is reported as saying that he cannot wait to take over from the Queen, 85, despite it meaning no rule for Charles, 63 - the Prince of Wales and, until now, the first in line to the throne.
Already dubbed 'the Prince of Wails', the regal 30-year-old revealed "I have heard faint little slithers of a backlash from people saying: 'What about William?', 'What about Harry?' but replacing them was never my intention."
Adam added: "I know the House of Lambert may sound more like a designer brand than a potential Royal bloodline but being asked to take on this mantel is a great honour and one that I am not going to shirk. The intention is to pay tribute to my European ancestry by my taking over from the most mixed-up Royal family in the World." (we believe that Lambert was referring to the Royal family's heritage that includes German, French, Spanish and Greek, and not to their dysfunctional history over the past couple of decades ………. but if the crown fits ………).
Adam first came to the family's attention during his run on American Idol in 2009 after which Princes William and Harry were reported as having come out as fans. Adam recalled: "Straight away, when I heard that, I thought: 'These guys are so f*****g rad."
The trio could yet find themselves working together. Adam confessed: "It'd be cool to find roles for William and Harry within the Royal household but being asked to take over from the Queen is the best thing that could possibly happen to me."
As well as his duties as new leader, Adam still plans to continue with his music career and release his second album, Trespassing - a title that now seems more appropriate than ever.