Sunday 19 December 2021
Monarchy’s existence in danger?
William must give up his passion
According to insiders, Queen Elizabeth II urged her grandson Prince William to give up one of his hobbies. The 95-year-old is a “fear” of disaster. Your concern is not justified – after all, it is the king who takes care of the security of the royal family.
Prince William is no longer a helicopter flier with his family. The scene is reportedly William’s grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, reports “The Sun”. Accordingly, she “fears” that a disaster may occur.
The monarch is said to have had “many talks” with the Duke of Cambridge. In it, according to the report, he told her “not to fly himself, especially in bad weather”. In addition to worrying about the well-being of the family, the 95-year-old apparently also sees the very existence of the monarchy in danger.
According to media reports, informal rules usually prohibit high-ranking members of the royal family from flying together. However, the rules have been relaxed since the birth of Williams’ children, so the young family can spend more time together. With his wife, Duchess Kate, William has three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis. William is second in line to the British throne after his father, Prince Charles, and Prince George is third.
“the one who keeps the queen awake at night”
William and his family live in their home at Kensington Palace in London and at Ann Hall in Norfolk. You should be flying back and forth between the two locations regularly. A palace insider told the Sun: “Her Majesty has told close friends and colleagues that she wants William to stop flying himself, especially in bad weather, as helicopters are not the safest mode of transport.” “It keeps the queen awake at night and she is very worried,” he said.
The Queen knows William is a seasoned pilot, “but she doesn’t think it’s worth the risk that they all fly together.” If anything happens, it will create a big crisis. She told William that she was concerned “no matter how good he was as a pilot”.
Prince William trained as a helicopter pilot with the Royal Air Force from 2009 to 2010. He then served as a rescue pilot with the “Search and Rescue” unit in Wales until 2013.
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