Kate Middleton, Prince William News: Buckingham Palace Worried About Brexit? [VIDEO]
It looks like everyone in Britain is worried about their future, including Queen Elizabeth and the entire British royal monarchy. There's a new report that says the Queen, along with Prince Charles, Prince William and Kate Middleton are all worried about what's next after the British population voted to "exit" from the European Union.
What's more, after many people voted "Brexit" they are beginning to have a change of heart and want to "Bremain," mostly because of the carnage that ensued after the referendum. The pound plummeted, international markets went haywire and the American stock exchange dropped by 600 points on Friday. And that's only the beginning.
According to People Magazine, the Queen in particular is worried about the future, especially since Scotland is now making waves for wanting to break free from the United Kingdom so they can remain in the European Union.
"She likes unity," explains Ingrid Seward, editor-in-chief of Majesty magazine and author of The Queen's Speech. "The whole situation will worry her. She is 90, has lived through a world war and she doesn't want any more change. She will be saddened and a little bit worried. She would think we partnered with Europe and we mustn't let them down. The whole point of the EU was that we might be a united Europe and wars wouldn't happen again."
Prince William for his part seemed to be pro-EU in a speech he made a few months ago in which he said, "In an increasingly turbulent world, our ability to unite in common action with other nations is essential. It is the bedrock of our security and prosperity and is central to your work."
And now Seeward says that the British population is going to be looking to the royal family for some sort of support and reassurance that everything is going to be ok in the coming months.
She added, "In these unchartered waters, they are the continuity and stability that the British people may be lacking. People will look to them perhaps more than they would have done had it gone the other way. They may be needed more."