By Glam & Essence
The Queen of England could give up her powers to her son and heir, Prince Charles when she turns 95, so has royal author ,Phil Dampier claimed.
Queen Elizabeth II has now been on the throne for 66 years, the longest-serving monarch the United Kingdom has ever had and a beloved figure not only in the UK, but also abroad. While the monarch has signalled she regards her job as a lifelong duty and would never abdicate, royal author, Phil Dampier has suggested that the Queen may seek to offload much of her powers to Prince Charles in the next two years. Speaking to Yahoo’s The Royal Box, Mr Dampier said: “There is talks that when she reaches 95 in a couple of years, she may slow down and possibly the Regency Act will be brought in.