This week's question: King Charles III reportedly will seek a "slimmed-down" British monarchy, with fewer royals and less emphasis on pomp, pageantry, and ostentatious displays of inherited wealth. If he were to apply this principle to a remodeled Buckingham Palace, what should he rename a more modest royal residence?
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THE WINNER: "Downsized Abbey"
Michael Finkelstein, Tucson, Arizona
SECOND PLACE: "Windsor Hostel"
Jess Urriola, Morris Plains, New Jersey
THIRD PLACE: "10 Downing Street's Guest House"
Craig G. Nelson, Pitman, New Jersey
Leslie Oberhelman, San Jose, California
Rick Torrence, The Village, Oklahoma
Erica Avery, Greenfield, Massachusetts
Ryan Patrick, Rochester, New York
Renée Chevalie, New York City, New York
"Habitat for Humility"
Elizabeth Brasek, Annapolis, Maryland
"House of the Setting Sun"
Jim McDonald, Claremore, Oklahoma
Jeff Jerome, Northampton, Massachusetts
Lyn Graybill, Aptos, California
"Palace Doesn't Live Here Anymore"
Kenneth Walker, Bridgeport, Ohio
Doug Carasso, Seal Beach, California
"Steerage for Peerage"
David Calhoun, Kernersville, North Carolina
"9 3/4 Downing Street"
Justin Laabsm, Portland, Oregon