Queen Elizabeth II was married to Prince Philip for over 73 years.
In April, the 95-year-old monarch had to say goodbye to her husband.
Now another royal is supposed to take over her duties.
Munich / London - Queen Elizabeth II has held the office of monarch since 1953.
At an advanced age, she works off a packed calendar every day;
Official events, meetings and receptions are on the agenda for the Queen.
As the former
Palace correspondent Peter Hunt tells the
New York Times
, Queen Elizabeth II will withdraw in the future.
A move should also be pending.
Queen Elizabeth II will "withdraw with dignity" assures an expert
Corona has shown "what every sensible 95-year-old should do, namely not to stand on their feet all day," says expert Peter Hunt.
British media also report that the Queen will change her place of residence.
Elizabeth II is to move from Buckingham Palace, in the middle of the hectic metropolis of London, to Windsor Castle.
The castle in quiet surroundings is only a few minutes away from the Prince Philips burial site.
Her husband passed away on April 9th.
Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh were married for over 73 years.
Nobility expert Hunt is certain: "The Queen will withdraw with dignity".
Queen Elizabth II will probably step backwards - Prince Charles should take over duties
Should the Queen withdraw in the near future, Prince Charles will probably take over her duties. Observers are certain that some controversy awaits the 72-year-old heir to the throne. Above all, the serious allegations against the Royal Prince Andrew have the potential to plunge the British monarchy into a deep crisis. The withdrawal of Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle also weighs heavily. In an interview with the US presenter Oprah Winfrey, Markle reports on racism in the Royal Palace. It is now up to Prince Charles to investigate the allegations. Queen Elizabeth II will probably withdraw after more than 50 years of service. (