• Queen Elizabeth is predicted to abdicate from the throne by Nostradamus
  • Prince Charles may take over the British monarchy
  • Queen Elizabeth will never abdicate

Queen Elizabeth’s reign as the head of the British monarchy may finally end this year.

According to, the United Kingdom may see a different head in 2020. However, the details about the predictions seem sketchy.

The website is unable to provide the exact reason why the Queen will no longer reign the monarchy. But they noted some possibilities including Her Majesty dying at the age of 94.

“Nostradamus quatrain doesn’t specify if Queen Elizabeth, the monarch with the longest reign, will die, or the reason why Great Britain will have a new king,” the website claimed.

In the book “ Charles at Seventy: Thoughts, Hopes, and Dreams,” royal author Robert Jobson said that the Queen may consider passing the reign to Prince Charles when she turns 95. However, this doesn’t mean that she will abdicate.

“She would never want to do anything, or be seen to do anything, that would harm the monarchy, and that includes going on too long. If she felt her age was in any way damaging the monarchy, she would act accordingly,” a senior aide told Jobson.

However, a source recently told Vanity Fair that the Queen is not showing any signs of retirement or handing of handing over her role to Prince Charles. A spokesperson for the Prince of Wales also said the same thing.

As such, it is only a matter of time to prove whether or not the predictions of the psychic will be correct.

Meanwhile, the website also predicted that Donald Trump will be re-elected as the president of the United States this year. The psychic claimed that the POTUS will be attacked from all sides, but he will succeed in the end.

At present, Trump is vying for the top job against the likes of former US Vice President Joe Biden, Michael Bennet, Michael Bloomberg, Cory Booker, Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, Joe Walsh, William Weld, and more.

Prince Charles, Queen Elizabeth II and Prince William
Prince Charles, Queen Elizabeth II and Prince William wave to the crowds from Buckingham Palace during the Diamond Jubilee carriage procession after the service of thanksgiving at St.Paul’s Cathedral on the Mall on June 5, 2012 in London. Getty Images/Dan Kitwood