Via – The Sun

CONCERNS are growing within the Royal Family about the increasing pressure on the Queen as the monarchy is plunged into crisis over Prince Andrew.

The 93-year-old monarch — who went riding at Windsor Castle yesterday — has been struggling without the companionship of Prince Philip, 98.

He is staying at Sandringham as he significantly scales back his private activities following a “wobble” a few weeks ago.

Adding to the Queen’s woes — in what is shaping up to be her second “annus horribilis” — is the fact that Prince Charles is on tour in New Zealand.

And not only is the heir to the throne not on hand to help deal with the fallout from Andrew’s Newsnight interview, his team at Clarence House are likely to be furious that the TV debacle has overshadowed the tour.

On Monday night a royal source revealed: “The Queen is under strain. She’s telling everyone she’s fine because that’s what she does.

“But she’s 93 and it’s obvious this is going to take a real toll, so everyone is incredibly concerned.

“A couple of years ago she seemed very content. Charles and Camilla were sorted, William and Kate were doing well and then Harry finding a wife. But now her problems are piling up, both inside and outside the family.

“She’s trying to hold a country together post-Brexit and the Scottish independence referendum….

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