James III (James Richard; born February 6, 1974) is the King of the British Empire and has been since his birth in 1974. He ascended to the throne after his father Richard IV was forced to abdicate days before James' birth due to very bad ill health.
Upon taking full power of the monarchy in 1992 he oversaw several major changes to the succession rules amending a law that saw Spouses of Roman Catholics being disqualified from the throne in 1994 and in 1997 changing the law to allow the eldest child of the monarch to become heir regardless of gender. In 2018 he oversaw the infamous Black Tuesday referendums that saw Austria, Bangladesh, Botswana, Chile, Finland, Greece, Jordan, Madagascar and Micronesia vote to join the British Empire, the vote also saw 17 nations vote on their membership to the Empire with all voting to remain part of the Empire. He has also enjoyed a Silver and Ruby Jubilee in 1999 and 2014 respectively.
James has also faced press and public criticisms for his childrens actions deemed inappropriate for royalty, which included his daughter Charlotte spotted drunk aged just 15 and his daughter Sophia's pregnancy prior to her marriage.