Here’s What Queen Elizabeth Wants To Happen To The Royal Family After She Dies
Queen Elizabeth, who just lost her beloved husband and is now 95 years old, has high hopes for the Royal Family upon her passing.
Queen Elizabeth celebrated her 95th birthday on Wednesday, and while she isn’t showing signs of slowing down, she already has some hopes of what will happen to the British royal family after she does eventually pass away.
This was her first birthday spent without her husband, Prince Philip, in 73 years. She released a statement that was posted by The Royal Family on Twitter:
The Queen’s message to people across the world who have sent tributes and messages of condolence following the death of The Duke of Edinburgh. pic.twitter.com/1apW7s1zXS
— The Royal Family (@RoyalFamily) April 21, 2021
What The Queen Wants For The Monarchy After Her Death
True Royalty TV co-founder Nick Bullen told Fox News that what the Queen wants for the monarchy after her passing is simply “longevity.”
Bullen added, “It’s my understanding she’s incredibly happy with how the monarchy will look like in the future. Prince Charles and Prince William are determined to take on any royal duties to support her. And Prince George has two extraordinary parents who will prepare him for his future.”
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Bullen has been making programs about the royal family for 10 years. And he has been working closely with Charles for eight years.
“Prince Charles and Prince William have taken on more engagements in support of the queen,” he explained. “I believe the one thing she wants for the monarchy is longevity. She wants to leave it in a better position. And she’s pleased with the three kings who are in line to take over, which would be Charles, William, and with time, George.”
“You have to think about what the world was like when Elizabeth became queen,” Bullen added. “Britain was just coming out of the war. Her father, King George VI, had died when he was just 56. And with everything the queen was faced with, she has led an incredible reign.”
The Royals Will ‘Carry On’
Though the royal family has been hit with their fair share of scandals, Bullen believes they will “carry on,” even after the Queen’s eventual death.
“I’m told that the Windsors operate on a 100-year plan,” he said. “That’s why things like Harry and Meghan leaving or speaking out are mere moments in history. They are short-term. But the Windsors think long-term. And it’s my understanding the Queen knows her family will carry on with her legacy long after she is gone.”
The Queen’s reign began in February of 1952 with the death of her father, King George VI. She was formally crowned the next year.
At the time, the Queen made it clear that she saw the commitment that she was making to lead her nation as one that would last a lifetime.
The Royal Brand
Elizabeth at 95: The Invincible Queen, a documentary released April 21 by True Royalty TV, celebrates Queen Elizabeth II’s birthday.
It also looks at her role alongside Prince Philip as CEO and COO of the family “Firm,” according to Vanity Fair.
The documentary delves into how the Queen and Prince Philip behaved to protect the Windsor brand. And, it analyzes the business operations of the Monarchy and how it leverages its brand.
Her ‘personal brand’ was found to be “16 times bigger than Beyoncé and six times the size of Kim Kardashian and Microsoft founder Bill Gates,” according to Statista, a German research forum. “Her image is also nearly three times the size of that of Oprah Winfrey,” as reported by the research.
Despite the scandals in recent years, the research also shows that Queen Elizabeth grew the “Firm” into the world’s fifth-biggest “corporate” brand. It comes in ahead of multi-nationals such as Coca-Cola, Nike, Ferrari and Microsoft.
The Queen’s Lifetime Commitment
“I declare before you all that my whole life, whether it be long or short, shall be devoted to your service and the service of our great imperial family to which we all belong,” she said on her 21st birthday.
Hopefully, the Queen has many more years of leading left, and will continue ruling her country for many years to come.