Queen’s legacy is being TRASHED by Prince Charles
THE Queen’s 70 year long legacy on the throne could be trashed after allegations emerged that Prince Charles accepted cash-stuffed bags from a rich Sheikh.
Her Majesty has spent 70 careful years on the throne curating a strong and trustworthy relationship with the British public.
Sadly, this could come crashing down for the royal family once again after a shocking revelation was made about Prince Charles.
A charity watchdog is currently investigating how payments of €1 million each — totalling more than £2.5million — were accepted by the heir to the throne during private meetings between 2011 and 2015, according to a Sunday Times report.
But critics say the heir’s risky behaviour will ruin the Queen’s remarkable legacy.
The newspaper says: “The outpouring of love for the Queen that characterised the Jubilee celebrations should not be misconstrued as unconditional support for the monarchy.
“If one family is to reign by birthright in the 21st century, it must recognise that it does so under licence from the public. It would be foolhardy for Charles to take that licence for granted.
“His mother has guarded it with care since 1953. There is a danger that her son will fray it if he continues his past pattern of behaviour on the throne.”
The news comes after Her Majesty recently celebrated an incredible 70 years on the throne and weathered the storm of the assault allegations shrouding Prince Andrew.
The newspaper continued: “The Queen has steered the royal family — and the nation — through the vicissitudes of terror attacks, votes on Scottish independence and Brexit, Megxit, Covid and the scandals that have engulfed Prince Andrew. She has done so with deftness and a sharp awareness of her role’s boundaries.”
Royal reporter Charlies Lankston wrore: “I don’t think anyone is expecting Prince Charles to sit on the throne for decades.”