THE QUEEN will let Prince Charles take over senior duties after her Platinum Jubilee celebrations in the Summer so that the British public will accept Charles as King, Politicalite can exclusively reveal.
A senior royal source claimed to Politicalite last night that: “The Queen will step down after the Jubilee and let Charles take over.”
The potential plan will allow her to endorse him and make the public accept King Charles.
‘[she will] while she’s still alive to endorse him and make the public accept him.”
The plan comes as Her Majesty became the first British monarch in history to celebrate a Platinum Jubilee, and she used her momentous milestone to issue her royal seal of approval for the Duchess of Cornwall as Queen Camilla.
QUEEN Elizabeth II reached her historic Platinum Jubilee marking a staggering 70 years on the British throne on Sunday.
Her Majesty becomes the first British monarch in history to celebrate a Platinum Jubilee, and she used her momentous milestone to issue her royal seal of approval for the Duchess of Cornwall as Queen Camilla.
In the hugely significant intervention shaping the future of the monarchy, the Queen expressed her “sincere wish” that Camilla will be known as Queen Consort when the Prince of Wales becomes King.
As she reached her 70th year on the throne, Elizabeth II, in the twilight years of her reign, set out her hopes for her daughter-in-law, once a royal mistress and now set to be called Queen and crowned at Charles’s side on his Coronation Day.
The Queen, who came to the throne when she was just 25, is spending her Accession Day privately on the Sandringham estate in remembrance of her father George VI, whose death marked the start of her reign.
This Jubilee is poignantly her first without her beloved husband of 73 years the Duke of Edinburgh, who died only 10 months ago.
National celebrations marking the Queen’s record-breaking service on the throne will be staged during a special four-day bank holiday weekend from June 2-5.
The Queen used the rarest of jubilees to put her affairs in order on a public platform and end years of controversy over Camilla’s title.
She shared her succession blessing for her eldest son as monarch, and called on the nation to support the pair in their future roles as King and Queen.
The Queen, 95, said in the written message to the nation: “I would like to express my thanks to you all for your support.
I remain eternally grateful for, and humbled by, the loyalty and affection that you continue to give me.
“And when, in the fullness of time, my son Charles becomes King, I know you will give him and his wife Camilla the same support that you have given me; and it is my sincere wish that, when that time comes, Camilla will be known as Queen Consort as she continues her own loyal service.”
Charles and Camilla were “touched and honoured” by the Queen’s gesture, Clarence House said.
The prince will make his own public declaration on Sunday celebrating his mother’s Jubilee.
The Queen’s reign has stretched from the post-war years through a new millennium and into a radically altered 21st century.
She has served as a symbol of stability as the world has changed in countless social, cultural, political and technological ways over the intervening decades.
Her time on the throne has seen 14 prime ministers from the Second World War leader Sir Winston Churchill to the present premier Boris Johnson.
And there are now three generations of future monarchs, Charles, the Queen’s grandson the Duke of Cambridge and Prince George.