The Queen has been ruling over the throne since 1952. The next heir to the throne, Prince Charles is, however, “terrified” of the moment he will take over the throne, a news report has claimed.
The Queen succeeded to the Throne on February 6, 1952, following the death of her father, King George VI. Prince Charles, 73, who will become the King, reportedly has been fearing the moment he takes over from Queen Elizabeth II “all his life”, because it will “inevitably” mean the loss of his beloved mother.
Although the 73-year-old royal has been preparing to be King for many decades, that doesn’t mean he will ever be prepared to mourn his mother – unless Her Majesty decides to step down.
Speaking on Podcast Royal, Penny Junor aired her thoughts. She said: “This is a moment that he has been dreading all his life really because his achieving the top job, the job he’s been training for and preparing for all these years does inevitably mean the death of his mother and he loves his mother very dearly.