We can tell that the Queen want to spend more time in Scotland.
She is alleged to have assured her family and courtiers that it will also demonstrate her unwavering support for Scotland’s unity.
“Protocol precludes her from expressing a political stance, but she wants the Scots to know of her desire for them to reject independence,” a source added.
“The country, particularly Balmoral, has played a huge role in her life.”
“She has always been careful to emphasise that she is Queen of the United Kingdom as a whole.”
The Queen addressed well-wishers outside a church in Aberdeenshire during the 2014 Scottish independence referendum that she hoped people “would consider very seriously about the future,” which was viewed as a huge boost for the No campaign.
Then-PM When told Scotland had voted “No,” David Cameron subsequently admitted she “purred.”
In March, we reported on the installation of a £20,000 elevator at Craigowan Lodge in Balmoral. CCTV, a security gate, and an intercom will be added as well.
Every April, the Queen visits for two weeks, and every summer for two weeks.
A request for comment was made to Buckingham Palace.