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« Un tabou absolu à Buckingham » : pourquoi Elizabeth II, affaiblie, n’abdiquera pas © Agency / Bestimage "An absolute taboo in Buckingham": Why Elizabeth II, weakened, will not abdicate the state of health Elizabeth II worries the world in recent months. The Queen of England missed several important events because of that. Will she eventually abdicate? For Jean des Cars, historian and writer, it will never happen, as he explains in the Parisien this 23rd of November.

The sovereign has been very impaired for several months. It would include a back-level problems that prevented him from attending COP26 or the day of remembrance. Events that hold a lot to heart. The question that everyone arises is, if his state empire , Elizabeth II will take the decision to abdicate? Jean des Cars has answered this question in the columns of the Parisien this Tuesday, November 23. For the historian, the answer is clear: " The abdication is ineencourable" for Queen because "The mission of which it is invested is, for her, of divine essence. Only death can issue it" . Your Browser does not support this video

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"an absolute taboo in Buckingham"

because of an event that particularly marked him when she was younger. On December 10, 1936, his uncle Edouard VIII renounces the throne for his mistress. George VI thus becomes king and Elizabeth princess heir. It was a real "earthquake in his family life" . Elizabeth II "will never abdicate" the historian recalls in particular the speech Elizabeth on April 21, 1947. While she was still a 21-year-old princess, she sent a message to the people From the Commonwealth during a trip to South Africa: "I declare in front of you that all my life, whether long or short, will be dedicated to your service." Since his speech broadcast by the BBC,

chain "she has always kept her commitments"

says the author of the Saga des Windsor. If the situation came to worsen and the Queen of England could no longer perform his duties,

it would be his son Charles who would become regent

and would perform his mother's missions until the day of his death. But for Jean des Cars, "It is clear that she will never abdicate. Elizabeth II Mourra Queen".

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