According to the royal journalist, Robert Jobson, Elizabeth II would live out her last hours as Queen. Indeed, he is convinced that she is about to resign, even if it is not really what she wants.
What if Elizabeth II was about to resign from office? At least that is what Newsweek’s royal reporter Robert Jobson assured on The Royal Beat, available on True Royalty TV, as reported in the Daily Mail. According to him, she will hand over the monarchy to Prince Charles when she reaches the age of 95, i.e. from 21 April 2021.
“I don’t think she will want to, but realistically she will get to the point where she has handed everything over to Charles. How do you look her son in the eye and tell him he’s not going to be king,” he explained. This comes as the UK prepares to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Lady Diana’s interview with BBC Panorama. The princess had suggested that she was more powerful than the queen.
Since the Megxit, the departure of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry from their royal duties, Elizabeth II seems to be more fragile than ever. She was particularly affected by this decision and did not expect it at all. Since then, with the arrival of the coronavirus, she has had to isolate herself at Windsor Castle to protect herself from contracting the virus that continues to wreak havoc around the world. Today, her public appearances are increasingly rare.
Elizabeth II affected by Prince Andrew’s affairs
The affairs of one of the Queen’s sons, Prince Andrew, do not allow him to get his head out of the water either. Even though she has asked him to leave office, he continues to overshadow the monarchy. On this subject, Robert Jobson, assured that he could not return to the forefront of the scene. “He must be authorized by the FBI. Anything he did at parties was unsavory. Moreover Andrew’s association with Epstein leaves him totally exposed,” he said.