Queen Elizabeth II has been making some changes lately that seem to indicate that she plans on stepping down from reigning over England. Next in line is her son, Prince Charles.
Her day to day responsibilities and even her duties at royal events have been passed along to the younger royal family members.
According to several reports, the Queen made some changes within her staff. The top aide has reportedly quit after ten years due to the foreseen changes. The Queen is trying "to strengthen ties between divided 'firms' of younger royals, as she and Prince Phillip step back from their official responsibilities," the report stated.
Earlier this month, the Queen decided to skip out on a service at St. Paul's Cathedral where she was expected to attend. However, Her Majesty was feeling ill, which is causing great concern to millions of onlookers.
The 92-year-old monarch has been reigning since February 6, 1952, at age 25 years old. Though, her coronation was until a year later on June 2, 1953.
Once the Queen does step down, many people are wondering if Charles will give his wife Camilla Parker Bowles the title Queen Consort. When Charles and Camilla got married in 2005, the prince released a statement that likely broke Camilla's heart.
“Mrs. Parker Bowles will use the title HRH The Duchess of Cornwall after marriage. It is intended that Mrs. Parker Bowles should use the title HRH The Princess Consort when The Prince of Wales accedes to The Throne," the statement read.
As the years grew on the statement on the palace's website from the FAQs page was pulled inciting massive rumors to explode about that the Duchess of Cornwall might take the title as Queen.
It's still up in the air as to whether or not Camilla will take the elite title, but at this time, from the latest statement, it appears she won't be graced as Queen. In 2010, Brian William asked Charles if his wife would become the Queen and he would become the monarch. Charles replied, "That's, well... We'll see, won't we? That could be."
According to "The Sunday Times" last August, two-thirds of Britains don't think she would be a good fit as Queen, while the other 19 percent thought she would be a good fit.
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