Queen Elizabeth’s sudden exit from Balmoral alerts a surge in monetary fears of the royals

Queen Elizabeth II’s abrupt transfer from Balmoral Castle to Windsor could have indicated the pandemic affecting the plans however the there could also be some extra facets concerned within the determination. 

According a royal knowledgeable, Her Majesty could have determined to maneuver to Windsor Castle over monetary considerations that seem like hovering over the royals at current.

The Queen, together with Prince Philip, will journey to Sandringham Estate subsequent week and transfer from there to Windsor Castle within the coming days.

According to Lizzie Robinson, royal knowledgeable and ITV Royal Producer, the sudden departure could have one thing to do with a monetary disaster.

“We would normally see them keep at Balmoral till early October so that is an early departure for them. Balmoral is being opened to guests, so they’re clearing off and going to Sandringham and Wood Farm the place Prince Philip has been spending a variety of time since he retired in 2017,” mentioned Robinson.

Joining the dialog was ITV Royal Editor Chris Ship who mentioned: “It means Balmoral Castle can finally start taking money again for visits.”

Robinson then added: “They are in urgent need of money actually.”

It was reported earlier this week, {that a} huge variety of royal family workers could possibly be sacked owing to the coronavirus pandemic.

If reviews are to be believed, almost 600 jobs have been put in danger by the pandemic whereas an £18million dent has additionally been created within the funds of the Queen. 

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