Recent health problems and hospitalizations of Queen Elizabeth highlight the stress that the UK and Royal Family are facing. The Queen was in hospital for 24 hours. This raised questions about the message behind the issue that royal staff will soon be dealing with.
As These are outlined at The Daily BeastThe delay in revealing details about the hospital visit has led to speculation as to what was hidden or delayed. The recent news about her health, and receding duties have led to some to question her willingness to step down to allow Prince Charles to become her prince regent until the passing of his mother.
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Queen Elizabeth doesn’t think that is possible. She continues to work daily and rushes back to her duties during the pandemic. These 15 formal engagements were just a few of the many she held in October, as she continued to be busy following the death of Prince Phillip and the controversy surrounding Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
Her relationship with her grandchildren is warmer than that with Charles and Camilla. She insists she doesn’t get the title of Queen, despite Charles making it clear that he intends to become king.
Charles, as well as the growing division within the country could be major reasons she stayed in her job to the end, according to The Daily Beast’s column and other outlets’ reports. Queen Elizabeth has been the pivotal figure in history’s turbulent waters, with her staunch support despite Brexit, the pandemic and ever-increasing global climate change crisis.
All of this is not enough. As described in The Guardian 2017,Her demise would put an end to the UK’s current pandemic. This will likely make the information path from the palace more restricted than it was during the hospital scare. “The Queen is suffering from great physical prostration, accompanied by symptoms which cause much anxiety,”The Guardian quotes Sir James Reid as a quote in the wake Queen Victoria’s death.
What will happen to Queen Elizabeth? Will she go onward and upward, or will she turn back into clay and dust? An attempt was made to award the monarch Oldie Award of the Year in Oldie Magazine. “gracefully turned down”By her staff. “Her Majesty believes you are as old as you feel, as such the queen does not believe she meets the relevant criteria to be able to accept, and hopes you will find a more worthy recipient.”