The Queen’s heartbreaking desire to change her life is so pitiful

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  • The Queen’s heartbreaking desire to change her life forever has been expressed by a royal writer and it is heartbreaking.


    The Queen once made a heartbreaking wish when she was young in hopes of changing her life forever.

    Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II is celebrating her Platinum Jubilee this year and while she is carrying out her duties as king to the best of her ability, it is understood that she did not initially want her role and responsibilities.

    According to writer Ian Lloyd, the Queen longed for a brother to take the crown so he could escape the pressure of the role he was carrying.

    Speaking of the Queen’s heartbreaking wish, she told OK, “The Queen Mother really wanted a son, and young Elizabeth wished for a brother – so she doesn’t have to be Queen.”

    The royal writer, who has written The Queen: 70 Chapters in the Life of Elizabeth II, claims Elizabeth II prayed hard for her mother to produce a male heir and take the throne in his stead.

    In his new book, Ian writes, “Margaret Rhodes [first cousin of the Queen] recalling that after abdication in 1936, which resulted in Elizabeth becoming the alleged heir, Princess Elizabeth prayed earnestly that a brother might succeed her in the line of succession.

    “He, of course, never had one.”

    Queen Elizabeth II, Queen's heartbreaking wish

    November 4, 1952: Queen Elizabeth II en route to Westminster to preside over the nation’s first Opening of Parliament ceremonies since taking the throne. (Photo by Central Press/Getty Images)

    The Queen has only one sibling, her sister Princess Margaret who died in 2002.

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    Despite the Queen’s heartbreaking wishes, Her Majesty took the crown and has remained there ever since – marking 70 years of service this year after she vowed to “always serve in service” and she has done just that to become Britain’s longest-serving government. king.

    The Queen turns 96 tomorrow when she celebrates one of her two birthdays,

    Ian added, “The Queen’s legacy has been to be the longest-reigning monarch in England, and she is celebrated for her wisdom, duty, self-sacrifice and commitment to her country and the Commonwealth.”

    The Queen suffered a heartbreaking 2021 when her 73-year-old husband Prince Philip died at the age of 99, but instead of abdicating, he continues to be head of state.

    Despite her heightened health concerns, after a stay in hospital, the Queen has recovered from Covid and has reduced her duties, while continuing to work from home taking part in Zoom calls.

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