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Elizabeth II: "More shocked than she wanted to admit" about her children's marriage

Three of the Queen's four children divorced in the '90s. Still, she didn't show anything to the outside world. Was it all just a facade?

London – government crises, family scandals and even public divorce dramas: Queen Elizabeth II (95) has experienced a lot in her long reign. This year, the popular British monarch celebrates her 70th anniversary of the throne. The 95-year-old is duly celebrated with military parades, concerts and a lot of fanfare. So it's time to take a look at the eventful years of the regent. He will certainly get stuck in the "annus horribilis", the year of horror 1992.
At that time three of her four children separated, knows*

Queen Elizabeth II herself was married to her husband Prince Philip for 73 years until he died in early 2021. Divorce was never an option for her, which makes it all the more easy to imagine how much she must have suffered from her children's marriage. A biographer also interviewed a former British royal domestic worker, who is said to have confirmed this. "It shook her more than she wanted to admit," the ex-employee is said to have blurted out. * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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