The Queen may not be ready to relinquish the crown just yet, but royal experts believe that she is making preparations to give more powers to Prince Charles. The move is expected to help the monarch to continue in her position while allowing the next in line to the throne to transition into the role.

The trend of relinquishing the crown to the younger generation is common in Europe these days, with many of the families in other countries doing it. However, royal experts believe that Queen Elizabeth II is different because she considers her position as a lifelong commitment that she has to hold on to until she dies, Express reported.

One way the Queen can do this, according to royal expert Moniek Bloks, is by giving Prince Charles a new title. The new title will come with more powers, which should help him to effectively transition into the role of a monarch.

What kind of title will Prince Charles get? Bloks believes that the Queen could make him regent. This should help her to avoid the situation where she will have to abdicate.

There are a series of laws that are already in place for the Queen to make use of and they are called Regency Acts. These rules govern how a monarch can transfer powers to a regent when or if it becomes necessary. According to these laws, Prince Philip, the Speaker of the House of Commons, and the Chancellor will have to confirm that the transfer of power is necessary because the sovereign is either unavailable or unable to perform the necessary functions.

Prince Charles already may have some specific ideas about how he will be a different monarch. The book “Charles At Seventy” reveals that the next king wants to “chart new territory,” especially as the Head of the Church, Express reported.

queen elizabeth meghan-markle-prince-harry Queen Elizabeth II, Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex are pictured on July 10, 2018 in London. Chris Jackson/Getty Images