Responding to the last statement first, that is definitely clear (not just with the example demonstrated regarding Queen Elizabeth) but with everything I've seen/read across the internet. It was a different 'sort' of discussion to that I would been listening to on his channel (typically a throne descendency of a particular house (because why not?))
Yes, I am most definitely aware of the foci of WikiTree especially being with the Connectors Project! However (this is my opinion), I can't quite trust Familysearch. I have the oddity of Danish/Italian cousins (the first generation of the mixed bloodline would be my 1st cousins 5x removed), having huge difficulty finding Italian records, Familysearch does but has duplicates with varying timeframes for each of the siblings with mismatched spouses, erranous date ranges between subsequent generations and sudden changes in surname spelling which don't make sense.
Makes one appreciate the effort of WikiTree, especially as I'm looking into my 12th great grandfather (John), a lot of people are trying to tie him and his son Richard in the aristocratic Shelley line but the generational date gaps and the recorded pedigree doesn't line up