During her recent problems, Queen Elizabeth II is said to have received no help from other royal family members.

Queen Elizabeth II has already had a difficult first two months of 2022. For what it's worth, she saw how Prince Charles' charity became engaged in the cash-for-honors scandal as Prince Andrew dealt with the lawsuit filed by his accuser, Virginia Giuffre.

Her Majesty is also dealing with health concerns after getting COVID-19 recently.

Following all of this, a royal author said that Queen Elizabeth II was not receiving any assistance from members of the royal family who should have been assisting her in the first place.

Author Clive Irving said in an interview with Express UK that Prince Charles should step up because the Queen can no longer handle things as well as she used to.

"If you look at the situation in terms of the monarchy being like a corporation or a brand or company, they're not handling the situation as the CEO of a corporation would," she said.

"This is the moment Charles should really step forward and say I'm going to help my mother in dealing with all of this."

The recent developments, according to Irving, have become a difficult combination for Queen Elizabeth II.

The unfortunate event happened just before her Platinum Jubilee festivities.

Queen Elizabeth II became the first British monarch to celebrate a Platinum Jubilee, breaking another record.

The celebration honors her 70 years of public service and the anniversary of her coronation as Queen Elizabeth II shortly after her father, King George VI, died.

While other royal family members have lost popularity, Queen Elizabeth II maintains her position as the most famous family member.

She also reassured the public that she would carry out her duties despite her advanced age and recent turmoil in the monarchy.

"It is a day that, even after 70 years, I still remember as much for the death of my father, King George VI, as for the start of my reign," she wrote, as quoted by US Weekly.

"As we mark this anniversary, it gives me pleasure to renew to you the pledge I gave in 1947 that my life will always be devoted to your service."

Prince Charles, Camilla, Prince William, and Kate, the Queen's central royal family, have already stepped forward to assist her. There is still no indication that she will surrender anytime soon.

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Late last year, the Queen’s doctors also advised her to rest overnight in a hospital for an undisclosed reason. Getty Images

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