Whar kind of government is that, may I ask?
Because I've seen monarchy, and honestly the worst thing about it seems to be that Parliament runs the show while they posture.
People are perfectly willing to accept a king born into the position, because the king in turn has their own set of rules no matter how powerful.
1. The more they rise above the people, the more trapped they become.
2. Reputation is everything. Unless they want to be honest about everything (which would open them up to the snobbery of other kings), they cannot afford to look bad to other people. They must always appear to be smiling, even when they are depressed.
3. They must somehow balance how they look to common folk, to how they look to royals. If other kingdoms feel like they have been snubbed, you have a war on your hands.
4. They need the resources of the kingdom. But they have to acquire these without being oppressive.
5. They actually have conserve resources (money, food, soldiers). Playing Yes, Your Grace is a good way to get an idea of the cost of being a king. You have to go through two weddings (the first one isn't that big a deal), numerous petitions among townsfolk, and two wars. And while this is going on, you have to keep people happy. And keep yourself from going insane.
In fact, given these natural limits of a monarchy, unless you behave like a dictator (which runs afoul of 4 and 5, and the people stop paying taxes and they're out of luck), the populace is mostly okay.
What I object to is a bureaucracy (why I hate the idea of Parliament, especially since I'm not sure that the UK actually has a constitution, so they may be able to pass any law they want), or especially a group of unelected NGOs. We see this with the UN and EU, and with corporate or banking entities. That to me is even worse than democracy. But democracy is pretty bad, since the voting system seems designed to make you think you're making a difference. Actually, you're being paid nothing to oppress others.
Suppose you live in an apartment and it has a faucet that leaks unless you turn it a certain way. You've figured it out. But that particular leak involves replacing all piping (it's some sort of deal where if you turn it on full blast, the pressure is weird) and is very expensive, resulting in doubled rent. For them to learn a simple skill would save money on rent, but instead they all vote to raise the cost of your housing. That's kinda what voting for a leader is like. You have lazy or stupid people voting with you, and they vote for some guy who claims they'd give them all hot dogs or make it so they don't have to work. Once the hot dogs are gone, the way you don't have to work is everyone is out of a job.