Publication cites statistics, according to which Elizabeth II attends fewer and fewer official events, and is being replaced by Prince Charles.
It is envisaged that the Queen's abdication may be coincided with her 95th birthday.
It is reported that, by law, the queen cannot "retire" without officially abdicating the throne. However, she may abdicated her royal duties due to her state of health. Then Elizabeth vails the title of the ruling monarch, and Charles becomes prince-regent and will completely manage the affairs of the kingdom.
However, the complete renunciation is also not excluded. Then Charles, who is considered to be the crown prince of three years, will become the next British king.
Her Majesty will be 95 in 18 months — the age at which Prince Philip withdrew from public life — and there is renewed talk behind palace walls she will then as good as “retire”.
As we reported earlier, Johnson turned to Queen Elizabeth II with a request to suspend the work of the Parliament. The monarch supported the suggestion.