Well, the royal experts seem to think so!
The Queen of England may give up most of her duties after she turns 95. That is, in the next two years, England might see Prince Charles as their leader.
According to The Mirror, “Royal expert Phil Dampier quoted that the monarch could use an established piece of legislation to delegate her duties to the next in line to the throne.” The Queen celebrated her 93rd birthday in April 2019. And if Dampier is spot on,
She may have already thought of giving up some of her powers and duties as she turns 95
Furthermore, the expert says that the Queen would probably never completely give up the throne. An act, the 1937 Regency Act, gives the monarch the right to relinquish limited powers if he or she is unable to completely perform their requisite royal duties. So as per this scenario, Prince Charles may take the Queen’s place. And apart from that her husband, Prince Philip, who is 98, would probably become the Guardian to the Queen.
But for it to be agreed to by the parliament, Prince Philip and two senior political figures would have to accompany proof supporting the Queen’s claim. “I don’t think she would ever abdicate. I think she’s made that clear on a number of occasions.”
A second time for everything
This special act has once been used before. It was in 1810 as King George III became mentally incapacitated. So, his eldest son, George IV, served as Prince Regent for a whole decade.