Some of Queen Elizabeth's relatives could be too much for her to bear this time.

According to a royal specialist, the monarch will face another annus horribilis year in 2022.

Prince Andrew and Prince Harry should "take a good look at themselves," according to Robert Jobson. Jobson recently asked "how much more" Queen Elizabeth II could stomach in an online tabloid.

The royal author also accused the two princes of "destroying" the kingdom from inside.

Jobson wrote: "Seriously, how much more is The Queen, 96, next month supposed to endure?"

"Her Majesty has reigned for nearly 70 years and she is watching the reputation of the institution she has served destroyed from within," he added.

Town and Country Magazine said Prince Harry is expected to publish a tell-all memoir to uncover secrets and make bombshell claims about the royal family.

According to royal analyst Katie Nicholl, the book is already costing the Queen a lot of grief.

"The book will no doubt be full of more intimate and shocking revelations - Harry wouldn't have got a multi-million-pound advance without promising some juicy details," Nicholl told Closer Magazine.

"There'll be more shocking claims to come, perhaps their biggest yet," she added.

Meanwhile, The Guardian said a U.S. judge has refused to dismiss a legal suit alleging sexual assault against Prince Andrew, 61.

The Duke of York is expected to defend himself in the New York case brought against him by Virginia Giuffre. Authorities, according to Latin Times, may likewise ask Prince Andrew about his private parts.

Royal patronages and military titles were recently revoked for the prince. Buckingham Palace published a brief statement on Thursday announcing the decision to remove the honors. "With the Queen's approval and agreement, the Duke of York's military affiliations and Royal patronages have been returned to the Queen," the Palace said.

"The Duke of York will continue not to undertake any public duties and is defending this case as a private citizen."

Some of Prince Andrew's titles will be lost. According to BBC News, these are:

  • Colonel of the Grenadier Guards;
  • Commodore-in-Chief of The Fleet Air Arm; 
  • Colonel-in-chief of The Royal Irish Regiment;
  • Colonel-in-chief of The Royal Lancers (Queen Elizabeth's Own);
  • Colonel-in-chief of the Small Arms School Corps;
  • Colonel-in-chief of the Yorkshire Regiment;
  • Honorary air commodore of RAF Lossiemouth;
  • Royal Colonel of the Royal Highland Fusiliers; and 
  • Royal Colonel of the Royal Regiment of Scotland.

Now that the military titles and royal roles will be passed down to other family members, Prince Andrew will not be able to get these titles back regardless of the outcome. The window of opportunity for a return to public life is closing.

Queen Elizabeth In her address that aired at 3 p.m., the monarch bared she understood the difficulty of spending the holiday season "with one familiar laugh missing." Getty Images