The Queen To Give Her Powers Up To Prince Charles

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A royal expert has claimed that The Queen will give her powers up to Prince Charles if and when she turns 95.

The Queen turned 93 in April but could only bring in the 1937 Regency Act in two years to give up the majority of her duties to her son who is also the heir to the throne. 

The Regency Act also allows a reigning monarch to completely hand over the power if they feel they are not able to perform their duties.

The Queen, however, would keep her Royal title but Charles would step up to execute majority of Queen’s duties, with her husband Prince Philip, 98.

In order for this request to pass, Prince Philip along with the Houses of Parliament spokesperson and a third senior member have to provide evidence supporting that the Queen has requested this. Phil Dampier, the Royal authorities, told Yahoo’s The Royal Box, “There is talk that when she reaches 95 in a couple of years she may slow down and possibly the Regency Act will be brought in”.

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