Queen Elizabeth II has indirectly discussed Brexit during his conversation with King Willem Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands,

According to the Washington Post, the Queen isn’t allowed to comment on anything related to politics, but she did just that in an uncontentious manner on Tuesday night.

The Queen told the king and queen of the Netherlands that she is looking toward a new partnership with Europe. Her Majesty also said that shared values between Britain and Europe are their greatest asset. This was the first time that the Queen weighed in on Brexit since 2016’s vote.

“As we look toward a new partnership with Europe, it is our shared values and commitment to each other that are our greatest asset and demonstrate that even through change, our enduring alliance remains strong, and as innovators, traders, and internationalists, we look with confidence to the future,” the Queen said.

Royal fans praised the Queen for her ability to choose the right words while expressing her opinions on something as controversial as the Brexit.

“The Queen, using carefully chosen words, has expressed her opinion on the Brexit disaster that is being forced upon the UK,” one fan tweeted.

In related news, the Queen also made headlines this week after rumors swirled that she may give up her throne next year. Bookmaker Coral initially claimed that the odds of the monarch giving up her throne in favor of Prince Charles were at 3-1. But this has been slashed to 2-1.

“The royal family is continuing to grow and with another great-grandchild on the way now, many are suggesting that the Queen might abdicate during 2019,” a spokesperson from Coral said.

Her Majesty has been seated on the throne as Queen since she was 25 years old. On her 21st birthday, the Queen proclaimed that she will dedicate her entire life in service to her country.

“I declare before you that my whole life whether it be long or short shall be devoted to your service,” she said (via Express).