The life of the Kingdom of Italy was short and lasted only 85 years after the conquest of Rome and the consequent reunification of the Country. The dramatic events related to the Second World War had a big impact upon the end of the monarchical experience. Even more decisive, however, were the political errors committed by King Vittorio Emanuele III of Savoy. His escape to Brindisi towards the end of the conflict and his weak opposition to Mussolini throughout the Fascist regime did not please the Italians. In June of 1946, with an institutional referendum, the people decreed the foundation of the Republic and, in the first constitution drafted, the prohibition of access to the national territory was established for the male descendants of the House of Savoy. Currently, the various monarchist associations present in Italy group around 70,000 members. It is a small slice of civil society and this highlights how a real monarchical feeling has never taken root in consciences. The Italian Monarchist Party dissolved in 1959, leaving citizens loyal to the king without a parliamentary representative. Since then the relationship between the various groups has been characterized by divisions and fragmentation, amplified also by the absence of a precise political project. Their weight in the institutional life of the Country has always been scarce (minimum) and the only common goal is the irrelevant constitutional battle for the abolition of article 139, which sanctions the impossibility of returning to the monarchy in Italy. But the deepest crisis arrived in recent times due to an episode involving the members of the Royal Family. Prince Vittorio Emanuele of Savoy and his cousin Amedeo Savoia-Aosta became the protagonists of a fierce dynastic dispute, still in the hands of lawyers, which contributed to exacerbating the divisions among the supporters. Without a king to fight for and with an identity crisis, the Italian monarchists appear more and more trapped in matters of the past and disconnected from real life. Nostalgic of an era and of values ​​that no longer exist.