Royal Fans Think The Queen Is Sending A Major Message On Her Official Twitter Account

The Platinum Jubilee celebrations, which highlighted Queen Elizabeth's 70 years as the United Kingdom's monarch, came to a close after four jam-packed days of events. While massive crowds greeted the queen during the events, much of the British public was upset by the costs and commotion that went into the events this year (per the New York Post). 

For those who enjoyed the celebrations, however, there was a lot of fun to be had, like a corgi derby, which showcased the adorable dogs zipping around a field. The highlight of the events seemed to be the adorable actions of Prince William and Kate Middleton's kids, who were putting on a show from the balcony during the Trooping the Colours parade (via Entertainment Tonight).

While there was much fun to be had, there was also a lot of gossip going on about the future of the monarchy. Royal expert Kinsey Schofield exclusively told The List that there was a stir about who will take the throne next, which is the queen's son, Prince Charles.

She told us, "I have primarily heard positive feedback but I have also heard residents stress hesitance towards a King Charles regency." It seems some British citizens would rather see Prince William take over, and now, it seems the queen has given fans a look at the future of the royal family with a sneaky image on social media.

The queen's Twitter activity has people talking

Following the end of Queen Elizabeth's Platinum Jubilee celebrations, a new header image has been posted to the royal family's official Twitter account. The photo shows the queen in the center with Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles to her right and Prince William, Kate Middleton, and their three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis, to her left.

Many fans of the family have taken this to showcase what the future of the royal family looks like, noting that Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan Markle, were absent from the photograph. After the couple left their royal duties for life in California, it's not all that surprising.

Of course, Twitter was quick to weigh in on the situation, with fans making comments like, "This is the new royal family going forward. Everyone else is an extended part of the family who will support them." Another Twitter user chimed in, "Exactly as it should be. Future of [the] monarchy is in safe hands." Clearly, fans of the royals were convinced that this photograph as a Twitter header image was a sign of what's to come.