Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II, who celebrated last year its 90th anniversary, said in an interview with his retinue: if she’ll live to 95 years, then «retire» and give the reins to his eldest son, 69-year-old Charles, Prince of Wales.
About it writes on Sunday, 13 August, the newspaper The Daily Mail.
Spokesman for the Royal family Robert Jobson said in an interview that preparations for the transfer of power is already underway, and the administration transferred the order to «accelerate» the implementation of the Regency Act of 1937.
«Her Majesty remembers about his age and wants to make sure that when the time comes, the transition will be smooth», – leads edition of the words of Jobson.
91-year-old Queen Elizabeth – the oldest and longest ruling monarch of all the living. She came to the throne in 1953. Her husband, Prince Philip, officially retired from state Affairs when he was 96 years old. Prince Charles is already preparing to change his mother last year was represented by the head of state during his visit to Australia and New Zealand.