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ALL HAIL The New King?! Queen Elizabeth 'To Retire In 18 months', Charles, Your Turn!


Nov. 29, 2019

At long last, the Queen is considering stepping down from the throne and handing it over to Prince Charles a she turns 96 years old.
In about 18months, the queen will be the same age her husband, Prince Philip, was when he retired from official duties. 
Per royal succession rules, she can’t retire without abdication but can cease her royal duties and responsibilities if she feels her health is a concern. 
Then, if she ever became too sick or weak to carry out her duties, a regent — like her heir, Prince Charles — would step in. However, it seems as though Her Majesty wants to set things into motion before they become complicated by health issues.
“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,”
 a former senior member of the royal household reportedly told royal correspondentGranted, unless the queen decided to abdicate, she would effectively remain Britain’s monarch in name and title. Charles wouldn’t officially become king until Her Majesty passed away, at which point he would assume the throne.
A royal source told the paper: "The scandal surrounding Andrew and Epstein gave Charles an opportunity to step in to show that he can run The Firm. No one is bigger than the institution of the Royal Family. Not even Andrew, the Queen’s favourite son.
"Charles recognised that and acted decisively — like the king he may well soon be. This was the moment when Charles stepped up as Prince Regent, the Shadow King"
All in all, literally every indication points to the fact that Prince Charles would be taking over soon. What do think about that? For more infirmation, take a look at this video.
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