Queen Elizabeth II To Step Down For Prince Charles | The Precision


Queen Elizabeth II will vacant her position in three year’s time and make Prince Charles king, The Precision can understand. 


Reports from the British media suggest that Her Majesty will step down at the age of 95 letting her son take over as Prince Regent while she is still alive.
The Queen is reportedly set to be preparing plans to make Prince Charles king while she is still alive, it’s claimed
Queen Elizabeth, at 92, is the oldest and longest-serving monarch following her coronation in 1952.
A new book by royal correspondent Robert Jobson has predicted her early abdication, reports Mail Online.
Clarence House, the official residence of the Prince of Wales, has made no comment.
But bookies are offering odds as short as 2/1 that the Queen will step down.
Charles could reign as Prince Regent
Robert has said in the past: “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 is mindful of her age and wants to make sure when the time comes, the transition of the Crown is seamless.”
The new biography also claims Charles was desperate to call off his wedding to Diana but feared backlash from the royal family.
Charles at Seventy: Thoughts, Hopes and Dreams, marks Charles’ 70th birthday and is available in November.
Jobson says that Charles knew he and Diana were not suited “within just a handful of meetings”. 
Last year, her husband Prince Philip officially retired from public duties at the age of 96.
Prince Charles has gradually been filling in for his mother.
He has represented the head of state on foreign trips during her Diamond Jubilee year to Australia and New Zealand. 

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