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Queen Elizabeth news: Monarchy will STRUGGLE to outlast Her Majesty as heirs William & Charles ‘can’t hold it together’


COULD the future of the monarchy hang in the balance? Experts believe those in line for the throne aren’t up for the challenge.

The future of the British monarchy will have issues outlasting the Queen, according to Petronella Wyatt.

Petronella has close connections to the Royal family, with her politician father, Baron Woodrow Wyatt, being one of the Queen Mother’s closest confidants.

She has claimed that the Platinum Jubilee could be a farewell to the British monarchy, according to the Daily Mail.

“The Queen’s heirs can’t hold it together,” Petronella said. She added: “Charles thinks he is leader of the opposition.

“William is petulant and their family petty squabbles are in the papers almost daily.”

Hitting back at such claims, the senior Royal Commentator Angela Levin said: “I completely disagree with Patronella.

“I believe Prince Charles will make an excellent king not least because he cares so much about people.

“William has the same sense of duty.”

Read our Royal Family blog below for the latest updates…

  • William blasted over ‘petty Royal Family squabbles’

    A royal expert has slammed Prince William as ‘petulant’, and has criticised other senior royals for engaging in public “family petty squabbles”.

    Petronella Wyatt, the daughter of Lord Woodrow Wyatt – a close friend of the Queen Mother, questioned if the Platinum Jubilee celebrations were a “fond farewell to the monarchy”.

    She told the Daily Mail: “The Queen’s heirs can’t hold it together.

    “Charles thinks he’s leader of the Opposition, William is petulant and their family petty squabbles are in the papers almost daily.

    “This would not have happened on Prince Philip’s watch.”

  • Meghan ‘ready’ to turn back on UK

    It has been claimed that Meghan Markle is “ready” to turn her back on the UK for good – after her experience at the Platinum Jubilee celebrations.

    Speaking about Prince William and Kate Middleton’s snub regarding their invite to Lilibet’s first birthday celebration, an insider told Heat: “It was a kick in the teeth that the Cambridges didn’t attend.

    “For Meghan, it just strengthened her resolve to not come back.”

  • Meghan & Harry’s titles spark ‘removal discussion’

    A royal expert has claimed that senior royals are discussing whether Meghan Markle and Prince Harry should have their titles removed.

    Speaking on his Youtube channel, Neil Sean said: “This is really stemmed around the fact that Harry and Meghan seemingly don’t want to take part in anything or have any part in British royal life.

    “As Harry famously said he’s now not trapped, he’s free while his father and Prince William are.

    “This has taken an active discussion and it will be done in the usual way.

    “I think it will be an open discussion with them as to what they plan to do and why their titles remain important to them.”

  • Queen faced ‘cheeky’ remark by royal historian

    A royal historian has recalled that he once made a a cheeky remark to the Queen but she handled it with “incredible restraint”, report Express.co.uk

    Hugo Vickers said: “I remember once, outside Canada House, [the Queen] came to unveil a panel.

    “Vincent Massey was on the panel. He was the famous Canadian High Commissioner over here and the first Canadian Governor General in Canada.

    “And I said to her that I knew she wanted to make him a Knight of the Garter.

    “And the Canadians wouldn’t let her, and she just smiled because she knew I was right.”

    He added: “She didn’t say anything else. Afterwards she thought it was rather cheeky of me to say that because after all, she was right outside Canada House.

    “And the Canadian Governor General of the day was standing more or less next to her, so she couldn’t exactly say anything could she?

    “There is this incredible restraint, she just keeps her counsel, which is amazing.”

  • Royal Family ‘relegated’ Harry & Meghan

    A royal expert has claimed that the Royal Family broke the order of precedence to “relegate” Meghan Markle and Prince Harry during the Jubilee celebrations.

    Daily Mail diary editor Richard Eden discussed the seating plan during the Service of Thanksgiving.

    Eden said: “Everyone’s been intrigued by the seating plan [at St Paul’s Cathedral].

    “It was genuinely fascinating because even though the Royal Family were very keen to make sure that Harry and Meghan were mentioned in the court circular, that’s the first time for a couple of years.

    “[They were mentioned] directly after the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, so they kept with the order of precedence, well that went out the window in the service”.

    He added: “What we saw in the service was they [Meghan and Harry] were relegated to the second row.

    “So even though he’s the brother [of William], he had to sit behind the Queen’s cousins who come far down the line of precedence.”

  • Duchess of Cambridge skipped Royal Ascot for political discussions

    Kate looked very dapper as she hosted UK politicians for at the Royal Institution in London. 

    During the meeting, they looked at the results from a survey carried out for The Royal Foundation’s Centre For Early Childhood.

    The meeting provided results that there is a high level of interest in boosting children’s mental health.

    Kate wore a gorgeous pink suit to the meeting, with a white t-shirt and pink heels.

    Duchess of Cambridge leaves after hosting a roundtable with other members of the government
    Duchess of Cambridge leaves after hosting a roundtable with other members of the governmentCredit: AFP
  • Sophie, Countess of Wessex steals the show in £4,000 dress

    The Countess of Wessex donned the incredible dress at Ladies Day today for the third day of Royal Ascot.

    Sophie Wessex stunned in a floral number, with a feminine V-neck line.

    The floral dress featured puffed short sleeves, and was cinched in at the waist with a flared skirt.

    Her dress, from Savannah, costs an eye watering £4,950.

    The dress was paired with Jane Taylor London’s bespoke ‘Iris’ hat, and Penelope Chilvers ‘Tango’ suede heels.

    Sophie’s hat was seriously show stopping, emulating that of tropical orchid’s petals fanning in the breeze.

    Horse Racing – Royal Ascot – Ascot Racecourse, Ascot, Britain
    Horse Racing – Royal Ascot – Ascot Racecourse, Ascot, BritainCredit: Reuters
  • Princess Royal leading the Royals, snapped on Ladies Day

    The Royal family turned out in their numbers today for the third day of Royal Ascot, famously known as Ladies Day.

    Princess Anne, 71, led the Royals today for the procession. The ladies looked very chic, as Princess Anne was joined by daughter Zara Tindall and Sophie, Countess of Wessex.

    Mike Tindall also attended with Anne’s husband, Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence.

    The Queen did not attend Ladies Day. Her Majesty has been at every Royal Meeting since 1952.

    The Princess Royal during day three of Royal Ascot at Ascot Racecourse. Picture date: Thursday June 16, 2022
    The Princess Royal during day three of Royal Ascot at Ascot Racecourse. Picture date: Thursday June 16, 2022Credit: PA
  • Royal Ascot clothing rules RELAXED for heatwave

    Tomorrow is set to be the HOTTEST day of the year, so the strict rules have been relaxed.

    Here is what YOU need to know for tomorrow:

    • Jackets can now be removed after the formal procession
    • Attendees can bring their own water
    • Dress code will be relaxed in all areas
  • ‘Unremarkable Meghan Markle’ Andrew Neil receives backlash for comments

    He published an article for The Spectator on Monday, pointing out all of the “unattractive qualities” Meghan Markle possesses.

    Andrew Neil wrote the scathing piece in which he even criticised her visit to the Texas school shooting memorial. He called it a PR stunt.

    His comments have railed up a lot of people, who have taken to Twitter to air their concerns.

    One wrote: “Seriously, what is your problem with her, move on.”

    Another said: “Seems he suffers from the same complaint Piers Morgan does.”

  • Who initiated MEGXIT?

    It has been two years since Prince Harry and wife Meghan officially left the Royal family for good.

    Rumours have been swirling about what sparked Megxit.

    Some theories suggest Harry just wanted a normal life, and that the pressures of the Royal family were too much.

    Speaking on Sky News, royal author Tina Brown claimed that the Duke of Sussex is “continuing” his mother’s legacy.

    She said he is doing this by “throwing hand grenades.”

    Ms Brown said: “Harry was the real, kind of, unsettling surprise. In a way, Harry has, sort of, continued his mother’s legacy, essentially, of throwing hand grenades”. I think that’s what they found so destabilising is that Harry, they don’t quite know when another one of the guns is going to go off. Which is what we’ve been seeing, well, for the last four, five years”.

  • Queen pulls out of Royal Ascot third day in a row

    Brits had hoped to catch a glimpse of their favourite monarch today, as Royal Ascot rolls on.

    It was thought the Queen would make an appearance today, but she has not been spotted at Royal Ascot.

    Usually, the events involving horses are very appealing to the Queen, as they are one of her favourite animals.

    She may not attend Friday, as the weather will be exceedingly warm at 34C, which can be dangerous for some.

  • The Royal Family celebrate returning to the Royal Procession

    Brits haven’t seen the Royal Procession into Ascot for nearly three years as a result of the pandemic.

    Taking to Twitter, the Royal Family shared a lovely video of Procession’s over the years.

  • Meghan ‘ready’ to turn back on UK
    It has been claimed that Meghan Markle is “ready” to turn her back on the UK for good – after her experience at the Platinum Jubilee celebrations.

    Speaking about Prince William and Kate Middleton’s snub regarding their invite to Lilibet’s first birthday celebration, an insider told Heat: “It was a kick in the teeth that the Cambridges didn’t attend.

    “For Meghan, it just strengthened her resolve to not come back.”

  • Princess Anne and her daughter turn heads as they arrive at Royal Ascot

    The two arrived in a horse drawn carriage, alongside Mike Tindall and Sir Timothy Laurence.

    They arrived just after 2pm today.

    Zara wore a ravishingly summery outfit, in a fitted coat dress with bright pink buttons, matching the flowers on her green hat.

    Princess Anne wore a muted orange dress, with a cream tiled hat and a dazzling diamond necklace.

    Members of the Royal Family arrive by carriage for Ladies Day at Royal Ascot 2022 Pictured: Princess Anne, The Princess Royal and Zara Tindall
    Members of the Royal Family arrive by carriage for Ladies Day at Royal Ascot 2022 Pictured: Princess Anne, The Princess Royal and Zara TindallCredit: Splash
  • Say what? Mike Tindall had choice words for Prince Harry

    According to a source the rugby legend said he was a b*** e***.

    A source told The Express that over the Jubilee weekend, Mike could be heard referring to Prince Harry as a b*** e***.

    Reportedly the comment was made following the Jubilee party on Saturday.

    Harry and Meghan were missing from the celebrations, and jetted back to the US the following day before the festivities had finished.

  • Who has lived in Adelaide Cottage, ahead of Wills & Kate’s big move

    Previously the home has housed various other Royal’s.

    Most famously, Princess Margaret lived in the humble abode with her lover Captain Peter Townsend.

    Peter was the love of her life, but it wasn’t to be after the public shamed them for the 16 year age gap.

    Royals were forbidden to marry a divorcee, and since Peter had already been married before, they were not allowed to wed.

  • Fed up of ‘playing nice’ The Sussex’s vs the Cambridge’s

    A source has made a sensational claim that Kate has ‘had enough’ after Meghan and Harry’s failed peace making.

    According to Heat magazine, Kate is fed up of the feud between the Sussex and Cambridge house, despite efforts from the Sussex’s to patch things up.

    Heat’s source claims William also feels the same as Kate.

  • Princess Beatrice awkward reunion with Prince Charles

    A royal expert has said their greeting was ‘distanced’ and had ‘little warmth’.

    Body language expert Judi James has said that she saw some awkwardness between the two.

    She told the Mirror: “Beatrice might be leaning in to kiss her uncle on the cheek but there is little sign of warmth in her facial expression as she does so. Her eyes are wide rounded and her eye gaze is looking away from Charles and cast downward. Her mouth is puckered primly and tightly, suggesting tension or effort.

    “Her right-hand reaches out to touch his arm but it is a distanced greeting. Charles has turned his own head away from Beatrice so the cheeks barely touch. Edo is watching closely, touching the brim of his top hat to add an air of old-school formality to the rituals.”

  • Prince Harry and Meghan’s royal titles disputed by family members

    A royal expert, Neil Sean, has claimed their titles have sparked a removal discussion.

    The expert has told his viewers that since Harry and Meghan are no longer part of the firm, the family may feel they do not need their titles anymore.

    He said: “This is really stemmed around the fact that Harry and Meghan seemingly don’t want to take part in anything or have any part in British royal life.”

  • Queen set to smash £9m career earnings at Royal Ascot

    THE Queen could surpass £9million in prize-money from racing if her horses do the business at Royal Ascot on Thursday and Friday.

    Since 1988, the monarch has racked up an incredible £8.7m from racing, long known as one her greatest passions.

    Over the next two days, the Queen has six runners at the royal meeting – including odds-on favourite Reach For The Moon in the Hampton Court Stakes at 5.35 today.

    Her majesty’s record as owner is superb, having recorded 566 winners as well as entering 3,441 in races over her career.

    If you’re attending Royal Ascot, always remember to gamble responsibly. And when the fun stops, stop. Begambleaware.org

    The Queen celebrates with her racing manager John Warren after Estimates win in the 2013 Ascot Gold Cup
    The Queen celebrates with her racing manager John Warren after Estimates win in the 2013 Ascot Gold Cup
  • William blasted over ‘petty Royal Family squabbles’

    A royal expert has slammed Prince William as ‘petulant’, and has criticised other senior royals for engaging in public “family petty squabbles”.

    Petronella Wyatt, the daughter of Lord Woodrow Wyatt – a close friend of the Queen Mother, questioned if the Platinum Jubilee celebrations were a “fond farewell to the monarchy”.

    She told the Daily Mail: “The Queen’s heirs can’t hold it together.

    “Charles thinks he’s leader of the Opposition, William is petulant and their family petty squabbles are in the papers almost daily.

    “This would not have happened on Prince Philip’s watch.”

  • Claims Kate & William fed up with Meghan

    It has been sensationally claimed that Kate Middleton and Prince William are “done being nice” to Meghan Markle, after the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.

    A source told Heat magazine: “It seemed clear that Kate had no interest in playing nice with Meghan. And sad as it is, William feels the same.

    “The view is that the Sussexes were lucky to receive any type of goodwill after the damage and embarrassment they’ve caused the monarchy.

    “Neither side looks likely to back down.” 

    This claim comes following reports that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge snubbed Lilibet’s first birthday party.

  • BREAKING: Queen WON’T go to Royal Ascot today

    THE Queen WON’T be in attendance at Royal Ascot today as the monarch gets set to cheer on her horses from home.

    It was hoped Her Majesty, 96, would appear at the Berkshire track event this afternoon, where she is backed to land a big winner.

    But The Sun understands she will instead watch from the comfort of her home in Windsor, as race-goers swelter in the blistering heat.

  • Queen faced ‘cheeky’ remark by royal historian

    A royal historian has recalled that he once made a a cheeky remark to the Queen but she handled it with “incredible restraint”, report Express.co.uk

    Hugo Vickers said: “I remember once, outside Canada House, [the Queen] came to unveil a panel.

    “Vincent Massey was on the panel. He was the famous Canadian High Commissioner over here and the first Canadian Governor General in Canada.

    “And I said to her that I knew she wanted to make him a Knight of the Garter.

    “And the Canadians wouldn’t let her, and she just smiled because she knew I was right.”

    He added: “She didn’t say anything else. Afterwards she thought it was rather cheeky of me to say that because after all, she was right outside Canada House.

    “And the Canadian Governor General of the day was standing more or less next to her, so she couldn’t exactly say anything could she?

    “There is this incredible restraint, she just keeps her counsel, which is amazing.”





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