Overheard: Queen Elizabeth’s Personal Opinion on a Big Political Issue


Overheard: Queen Elizabeth’s Personal Opinion on a Major Political Issue

Queen Elizabeth II does not share her personal opinions with the public, but she was overheard this week in a private conversation discussing climate change.

On Thursday, the queen was overheard discussing the upcoming Cop26 summit in Glasgow with Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, and Senedd presiding officer Elin Jones, and how she is “irritated” by the lack of progress on climate change.

“I’ve heard a lot about Cop lately.”

According to The Telegraph, the queen was heard saying, “I still have no idea who is coming… no idea.”

“We only know about people who aren’t coming… and it’s really irritating when they talk but don’t do,” she said of world leaders who aren’t doing enough to protect the environment.

“Exactly,” Jones responded, “and it’s a time for doing, and I saw your grandson on TV this morning saying there’s no point going to space because we need to save the Earth,” the queen chuckled and said, “I read about that!”

The queen’s unguarded remarks, which would normally be kept private, were picked up on the event’s livestream.

On Thursday, she was in Cardiff, Wales, to open the Senedd, the Welsh Parliament.

Prince William chastised billionaire entrepreneurs involved in space tourism on Wednesday.

On the same day that William Shatner flew aboard Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin, he said in an interview with the BBC’s Newscast, “We need some of the world’s greatest brains and minds fixed on trying to repair this planet, not trying to find the next place to go and live.”

Prince George had been litter-picking at school, according to Prince William, but was “confused” and “annoyed” that the litter kept reappearing.

“I believe he was trying to figure out where it all came from for himself.”

‘Well, we cleaned this,’ he couldn’t understand.

Why hasn’t it gone away?'” William warned that following in his footsteps and campaigning on environmental issues in 30 years would be an “absolute disaster.”

At Cop26, Prince William and his father, Prince Charles, are expected to address world leaders, with experts predicting that the presence of senior royals will improve Britain’s image as a serious participant in climate talks.

Vladimir Putin, who has stated that he may not attend Cop26 due to concerns about…

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Queen Elizabeth’s Personal Opinion on Big Political Issue Overheard

Queen Elizabeth’s Personal Opinion on Big Political Issue Overheard

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