Queen ‘not comfortable passing the crown to Charles’, says expert

The Queen is going to have a hard time handing over the crown and responsibility to Prince Charles until things in the Firm are peaceful, a royal expert has claimed.

Kinsey Schofield, a royal commentator and founder of the To Di For Daily blog and podcast, has spoken exclusively to the Daily Star about the Monarch's difficulty to pass on the crown.

The expert claimed that Her Majesty "won't feel comfortable passing the crown" until the Royal Family has stopped "dodging PR land mines".

She told the Daily Star: "She is the longest reigning monarch and I know she won’t feel comfortable passing the crown, passing that responsibility on to Charles, until she feels like things are in order, peaceful, and the royal family isn’t dodging PR land mines.

"She wants the monarchy to survive and the family is so much stronger united vs. divided."

Kinseyalso paid homage to Queen Elizabeth's legacy stating it "will be one of grace, strength, and steadiness" in the lead up to her birthday on 21 April.

"She has been such a reliable force for so long," Kinsey said.

"She had the rare opportunity to marry her first true love, they complimented each other (personality wise) and made each other laugh until Prince Philip’s dying day.

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"Her work ethic is incredible, her patience unwavering."

Harry and Meghan secretly jetted into the UK so they could have a face-to-face meeting with the monarch on Thursday (14 April) after last month snubbing Prince Philip's memorial service.

Kinsey told the Daily Star that their visit "was an especially delightful birthday gift for Queen Elizabeth."

The royal commentator is the author of “R is for Revenge Dress” which will be published by Post Hill Press and Simon & Schuster on November 15 this year.

The Palace has been contacted for comment.

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