British Queen Elizabeth may vacate the throne next year April for her first son, Prince Charles, multiple reports claim.
Multiple reports quoting the Royal biographer said the queen would do so when she clocks 95, her next birthday on 21 April.
“I still firmly believe when the Queen becomes 95, that she will step down,” Robert Jobson told True Royalty TV, the Daily Mail reported.
Appearing on the same show, fellow royal expert Jack Royston agreed with the remarkable claims.
Mr Royston noted the Queen would be reluctant in handing over the prestigious honour to the Prince of Wales but insisted it would make sense given the additional royal responsibilities already given to her son.
The Newsweek royal reporter said: “I think she won’t want to.
“But realistically she will get to a point where she has handed over everything to Charles and then how do you look your son in the eye and tell him he is not going to be King?”
Buckingham Palace has not reacted to the report.
Elizabeth ascended the throne at 27 when she was crowned Feb. 6, 1952, to succeed her father, King George VI.
Heir to the throne Charles will turn 72 in two weeks, on Nov. 14.