As for the Scots (one t is conventional), quite a few of them actually want to keep the Royals after independence, but as Queens (etc) of Scotland rather than of a United Kingdom.
1. With two ts we'd be oats.
2. Independence. As the small become ever more in danger of the greater shark, can anyone still imagine avantages? To my mind, Independence is powered not only by old, totally obsolete history, but by politics bred of unemployment. What is overlooked in these emotional instances is that unemployment is everywhere, and that the old industries that once powered many
countries are dead, almost everywhere. Change to something new requires pots of money; the smaller you are the less of it you have. That which comes from outside is ultimately as ephemeral as the stuff you don't have at home. Look at the car business today (Honda in the UK, recently) and wonder why.
Keeping the 'Royals' after any Independence is a contradiction in terms. How can that happen? There is no way that a new, home-grown royalty would ever be tolerated or financed. There's enough class and religious hatred alive and well in Scotland to ensure that! As for the British monarchy being valid in an Independent Scotland, how come, and if so, why change anything in the first place? All I see in store with Independence is more bureaucracy, more jobs for the boys (whoever they might be) in the new circumstances. Just as was spawned with the EEC. Oh, and inevitably, more Scottish tax to replace the British subsidies. Unless, of course, the new Scots would be happy to enjoy an even lower standard of life than the one some think they enjoy at the moment.