Oh, I get that. It's the way the headlines are phrasing it that is a little off, hinting at implications that no doubt don't really exist. (Again, living in the UK, I see a lot of casual press that doesn't make it overseas). There are ways and ways of reporting a story, after all. Royal popularity is down at the moment (Charles and his dodgy financial dealings, Andrew and That Law Suit), and a lot of headline writers are taking their cues accordingly, offering a slightly negative slant even on fairly neutral stories. Clickbait press gotta clickbait, after all!