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Queen Elizabeth II ‘to abdicate throne’ and make Prince Charles the King of England

The Queen is preparing to make Prince Charles King of England


The Queen is preparing to make Prince Charles King of England and abdicated the throne, according to reports.

Queen Elizabeth, 91, intends to step aside when she turns 95, a Royal Household source told The Mail.

They said: “Out of the profound respect the Queen holds for the institution of monarchy and its stewardship, Her Majesty would want to make sure that she has done everything she can for her country and her people before she hands over. She is dutiful to her core.

“Her Majesty is mindful of her age and wants to make sure when the time comes, the transition of the Crown is seamless.

“I understand the Queen has given the matter considerable thought and believes that, if she is still alive at 95, she will seriously consider passing the reign to Charles.”

Clarence House is making no comment about ‘Plan Regency’, which involves a piece of legislation called the Regency Act coming into force.
“I have spoken to a number of high-ranking courtiers who made it clear that preparations for a transition are moving ahead at pace,” Royal commentator for the Daily Mail , Robert Jobson, said..
“They have all confirmed that a Regency with Charles taking the lead is now, at the very least, a real possibility.”
The act would grant the Queen’s eldest son full power to reign even while she still lives.
According to the Mail, one senior former member of the Royal Household said: “Out of the profound respect the Queen holds for the institution of monarchy and its stewardship, Her Majesty would want to make sure that she has done everything she can for her country and her people before she hands over. She is dutiful to her core.
“Her Majesty is mindful of her age and wants to make sure when the time comes, the transition of the Crown is seamless.
“I understand the Queen has given the matter considerable thought and believes that, if she is still alive at 95, she will seriously consider passing the reign to Charles.

Clarence House is making no comment about ‘Plan Regency’, which involves a piece of legislation called the Regency Act coming into force.

“I have spoken to a number of high-ranking courtiers who made it clear that preparations for a transition are moving ahead at pace,” Royal commentator for the Daily Mail , Robert Jobson, said.

“They have all confirmed that a Regency with Charles taking the lead is now, at the very least, a real possibility.”

The act would grant the Queen’s eldest son full power to reign even while she still lives.

According to the Mail, one senior former member of the Royal Household said: “Out of the profound respect the Queen holds for the institution of monarchy and its stewardship, Her Majesty would want to make sure that she has done everything she can for her country and her people before she hands over. She is dutiful to her core.

“Her Majesty is mindful of her age and wants to make sure when the time comes, the transition of the Crown is seamless.

“I understand the Queen has given the matter considerable thought and believes that, if she is still alive at 95, she will seriously consider passing the reign to Charles.”

Her Majesty The Queen (Image: Chris Jackson/Getty Images)

Queen Elizabeth II ascended to the throne in 1952.

She famously dedicated her life to her future role as monarch on her 21st birthday, vowing to serve the Commonwealth.

She said: “I declare before you all that my whole life, whether it be long or short, shall be devoted to your service and the service of our great imperial
family to which we all belong.”

Her dad, George VI, was King until his death in February 1952.

Her Majesty is now Britain’s longest-reigning monarch, with polls showing she remains hugely popular among people in the country.

The Prince of Wales arrives at the Royal Show, Stoneleigh, Warwickshire. 1st July 2002

But, if she did abdicate, the throne would be passed on to her eldest son, Prince Charles, who would become King.

If this happened, he would become the oldest-ever UK monarch to be crowned.

But if he also decided to abdicate, the throne would be passed on to his eldest son, Prince William, who is currently second in line.

The Duke of Cambridge’s three-year-old son, Prince George, is third in line to succeed his great-grandma, the Queen.