With a pod from the reign of King George III who was a very active monarch till around the 1890's British Empire how can the Crown retake power from Parliament and unofficially sideline the parliament into a rubber stamp like how the French Kings (Louis XIV) did it and Augustus sidelining the Roman Senate? Augustus's tenure as emperor was basically himself framing his rule as that of the restored Republic. His emperorship consisted of collecting the various important powers of the Roman state within himself that later became de-facto Imperial powers under later emperors. The Army was also totally loyal to the emperor rather than the Senate who they mostly viewed as a clique of snobby old plutocrats. Augustus symbolically gave Senate powers over "Senatorial Provinces" when in reality he still held enormous influence over how those regions were run. He also made Egypt into his own personal province which granted him a means of raising funds and wealth independent from the Senate that he could use to pay the army and fund building projects within the empire. Let's say the British monarchy has its own Napoleon level monarch who successfully carries out military actions which earn him the esteem of the military and the common people. He then capitalizes on this esteem and uses propaganda to further himself while subtly framing the Parliament as inept and archaic. The monarch then leads a silent coup with the army who storms an unruly session of Parliament to retake power. Could this absolutist British Monarch proclaim himself the Emperor of Britannia in opposition to Napoleon, and then add then make India his own personal province with most of its wealth flowing to to the monarch? Instead of otl British policy, the monarch leaves local administrations in place and seeks to integrate client kings into the British empire as loyal vassals much like how the Roman Emperors did forming something of a meritocratic empire out of political pragmatism that was found in the Roman Dominate. Would something like this be possible, and how would this affect geopolitics?