‘You can’t be the king of Zoom’

Queen Elizabeth II was advised to step down as king and pass the throne on to Prince Charles’ son.

Royal expert Robert Jobson noted that opting out of Maundy Day service signaled that the 95-year-old needed to transfer power to the waiting Prince of Wales.

“I’m surprised he’s not honestly named,” he said. “With all due respect to Your Majesty, you can’t really be the king of Zoom. You have a role to play. You have to be seen to be believed.

“There is sufficient scope in the County Act to have the Prince of Wales as guardian and I don’t think that would be a bad thing – we have two Popes,” he added.

“If that becomes a situation a year down the road where we don’t see the Queen at all and she can’t do anything about it… Neither of us want her to have to go through all this at 96, 97.”

Expert Kate Mansey added of the Queen’s recent engagement on Zoom: “If you can only see the Queen in mechanical form as she says, on Zoom, you must be wondering how this is going to go.”

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