Arise the Shadow King! Secret plan to make Charles Prince Regent in three years, how he’s already the power behind the throne and why Camilla WILL be Queen – as revealed by ROBERT JOBSON
There are those who insist the Queen is still as sprightly, fit and sharp as she was two decades ago. This is not true. She is still sharp on matters of state, but requires her schedule to reflect her age and capacity. Even she thinks those loyal subjects who believe nothing needs to change are deluding themselves.
I guess I’m deluded, I do believe they are transitioning but I don’t agree she will make anyone regent.
Some close to the monarch say that, if she reaches the age of 95, she will make a monumental decision and choose to officially allow Charles to take over the stewardship of her reign.
Didn’t the Queen say nonsense to this? She took an oath. Many would argue about this. This is stirring the pot. Wouldn’t you agree?
She will, they say, officially transfer all executive powers to him as Prince Regent until her death, when he will become king. This would enable her to fudge the issue of her not fulfilling her Coronation Oath to God and her people to serve as queen regnant until her death.
This information is coming from a retired writer and not the palace?
Others, who claim to be equally well informed, say that such a move or use of the ‘Regent’ title is not really necessary. After all, as the Queen made clear to the unassuming 103rd Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr George Carey, when he went to see her on the occasion of his resignation in her Golden Jubilee year of 2002: ‘That’s something I can’t do.’
Haha, she won’t do that, why write about it then
Times, however, do change. In truth, with the Queen now well into her tenth decade, senior officials within the Royal Household confirm that Prince Charles is effectively already our ‘Prince Regent’, a king in all but name.
WHAT 🙀who said that?
Granted, Her Majesty is a consecrated monarch who pledged in her coronation oath to serve throughout her life. But can she seriously remain as head of state if she lives to be a centenarian like her mother?
What a rotten person to write such a thing, HM is still living
The Queen is au courant with the passage of time, and how her age impacts on the institution she serves. She has, impeccable sources have told me, already drawn a line in the sand, a date when, like Prince Philip, she will effectively retire from public life.
We all know what assume means, right?
I’m not overly impressed with his book I think he does stir the pot quite a bit, it not kind to talk about the living especially one as loyal to the people of Great Britain as the Queen has been. I think him rude, but that’s my opinion.
Thank you very much, B 🌸🌸😎