After years of sitting on the throne and being one of the most revered monarchs in the world, Queen Elizabeth reportedly broke years of tradition amidst the Brexit crisis. According to a report, the Queen has voiced her opinion regarding the issue, which goes against a 67-year-old sacred rule that the British family has been following. 

For years, the royal family has avoided getting involved in situations related to politics to show their neutrality. It seems as though the Queen's patience is being tested recently as she broke this rule and opened up about her "disappointment in the current political class." The source allegedly said, “I think she’s really dismayed. I’ve heard her talking about her disappointment in the current political class and its inability to govern correctly.”

They also mentioned the extent of the Queen's frustration over the quality of the decisions being made by the current political leaders. The source added, “I think she’s really dismayed. I’ve heard her talking about her disappointment in the current political class and its inability to govern correctly.”

British politician and businessman, Lord Heseltine meanwhile said that involving the Queen to a no-Brexit deal is "totally deplorable." He said, "One of the most treasured aspects of our constitution is that the Monarch remains above the party clash and this headline is either intentionally or as a consequence, absolutely tailored to bring the monarchy into the middle of the most controversial constitutional crisis of my lifetime. It’s totally to be deplored, the way it has happened.”

Despite this news, there are also reports saying that efforts are being done to prevent the 93-year-old monarch and the rest of the royal family from getting involved in the entire political debacle. A senior Whitehall official stated, “The royal household wants to manage this in a way that doesn’t damage the ongoing, long-term position of the crown.”

There have also been claims that the Queen's private secretary, Sir Mark Sedwill, the cabinet secretary, and Peter Hill, the prime minister’s principal private secretary, also known as the "golden triangle" are doing their very best to keep the monarch's privacy.