The royal commentator suggested that when the Queen stood up from the monarchy and made Prince Charles 95, she could be made king.
Speaking to True Royalty TV Weekly Royal Beat, Robert Jobson said: “At the age of 95, I still strongly believe she will retire.”
Newsweek’s Royal Correspondent Jack Royston said: “I think she does not want to.
The Queen is celebrating her 95th birthday in April 2021, an event that could take place over the next six months.
Elizabeth II became Queen of the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland in 1952 after the death of her father, King George VI. Her coronation took place on June 2, 1953 in Westminster Abbey.
Monarch celebrated his 65th birthday on the throne in February 2017 with his Sapphire Jubilee. She is now the longest reigning emperor in British history. At age 94, QEII continues its royal engagement as part of its royal duties, even during the coronavirus epidemic.
The Queen currently resides in her royal residence, Windsor Castle, where she was involved in several royal engagements that were socially alienating. The Duke of Edinburgh recently joined her, spending most of his time at his cottage wood farm in Sandringham during his retirement.
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