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Queen takes a decisive step after Harry Eddy - is everything too much for the royal boss now?

2021-07-28T10:02:56.198Z

The Queen is currently not in London, but went to her summer residence in Scotland. Insiders want to know: she is "incredibly tired".



The Queen is currently not in London, but went to her summer residence in Scotland.

Insiders want to know: she is "incredibly tired".

Aberdeenshire - “She couldn't wait to get away.

She is still very much in mourning and wanted to go to Balmoral to get away from it all.

She's also incredibly tired, "a royal insider told the British

Sun

about the current state of Queen Elizabeth II.

Queen Elizabeth II: is she fleeing to Balmoral Castle?

The Queen was just leaving for Scotland.

It will be the first time since Prince Philip's death in April that she has left London.

Not unusual in itself: The 95-year-old usually spends the summer at her residence Schloss Balmoral in the Scottish Highlands, so far always with Philip.

There she is usually visited by various members of the family, who each keep her company for a while.

According to

Sun

, Queen Elizabeth is said to have told her advisors that she wanted to avoid London because she had painful memories of Philip there.

Book announcement from Prince Harry causes unrest

But something else could add to the Queen's exhaustion: Prince Harry's announcement that he would publish a book about his childhood and royal life in 2022. That is "the last thing she needs," according to the

Sun

insider. The source goes on to know: "Her Majesty has told her family and her co-workers that the only way to deal with it is to rise above it." although the suggestion that another book might appear after her death wasn't exactly helpful. "

Royal writer Richard Fitzwilliams claimed that Meghan and Harry “have gone rogue.

That's a fact.

It's incredibly worrying because they're so utterly unpredictable.

Anything is possible, "adding that the announcement made things" complicated "for the family and" that in itself is a very worrying development. "

Queen Elizabeth exhausted: no time to grieve?

The expert Roya nikkah told

The Royal Beat

of

True Royalty TV

also: "Anyone who knows the Queen, or to interact with her, know that she would take a little time to grieve for her husband, but not very much.

What we really saw from June onwards was that she was doing a lot of activities. "

Buckingham Palace did not want to comment.

Source: merkur

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