Queen Elizabeth, allegedly, knows that she’s dying and there’s nothing that she wants more than for her entire family to be at peace over the holidays.
According to National Enquirer, Queen Elizabeth knows that there’s a possibility that this Christmas would be her last so she wants everyone to be at Sandringham with her.
Even though some former senior working royals caused too much stress to The Firm, the queen is willing to forgive them for their wrongdoings. In fact, she wants to resolve all the ongoing issues within the royal family before she passes away.
“Her Majesty won’t quit. She has vowed to stop selfish, self-serving family members from destroying everything she has worked for. She’s determined to clean the house before she passes even if it breaks her heart to banish certain offenders. The survival of the monarchy is her priority,” the source said.
But even if this is the case, the queen still, allegedly, invited Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to celebrate the holidays in Sandringham.
The queen also remains soft toward her favorite son, Prince Andrew even though he was previously accused of sexual abuse.
“As for Andrew, Her Majesty knows the accusation that he raped a 17-year-old is damaging, even though he denies it. Now time is running out for her. But at the end of the day, the monarchy comes first. Barring a miracle, Andrew and the Sussexes will out even if it means the queen never sees Harry again,” the source said.
However, one should take the tabloid’s claims with a grain of salt.
It was previously confirmed that Prince Harry and Markle won’t celebrate Christmas with the royal family in Sandringham. Instead, the Sussexes will spend the holidays with their two children in Montecito.
Prince Harry and Markle also celebrated Thanksgiving with their family in the United States.
It’s not also true that the queen is dying and one of her goals is for the royal family to have a peaceful relationship with each other before she passes away.
Queen Elizabeth is healthy and claims that she’s deteriorating are not true.