Queen Elizabeth II has expressly forbidden her nephew Prince William, husband of Duchess Kate Middleton. Why is.
In the United Kingdom, the popularity of the Dukes of Cambridge or the Prince is growing William Windsor and Duchess Kate Middleton. In the past few months, the royal couple, which also made Queen Elizabeth II’s infidelity difficult, actually did the dress rehearsal for the crown.
Prince William is second in line to the throne after his father, Prince Charles. Even if the advocates of an immediate handover are increasing more and more, up to and including the husband Kate Middleton. There would be a lot of curiosity about a future king and queen so young but most importantly on the cutting edge.
Let me be clear: none of His Majesty’s subjects have turned their backs on the country’s greatest icon. But it is now clear that due to the ailments of old age, the queen elizabeth should take some rest.
Queen Elizabeth II’s ban
In that context, the tabloids claim, would come one of Queen Elizabeth’s final bans on her nephew Prince William — alongside clearly the grandson’s well-being. In fact, the sovereign has not hidden her fears for the future king of the United Kingdom for some time. last stop? His Majesty would have asked the Duke of Cambridge to stop the helicopter flight, at least not for journeys that can be made by car. In fact, William also uses the helicopter to move between different royal residences, rarely to catch an event.
how many know Prince William is an excellent pilot, who served in the Royal Air Force and served as a search and rescue pilot with RAF Valley Anglesey and East Anglia Air Ambulance. In fact, he is often the driver himself. There are usually protocols in these: The royal couple never travels together and is always accompanied by a pilot and another professional on board. All rules that William would have written off.
You argue with Harry
Meanwhile, the hypothesis of reconciliation with the Prince Harry and the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle. The two are said to be in the process of turning down Queen Elizabeth’s invitation to the Windsors’ historic summer home, Balmoral Castle, in Scotland.
Not only that, but there are growing concerns about the release of Prince Harry’s memoirs later this year. Many royals fear that there could be attacks on the royal family. It will be so? We will see.