Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip have always shared a close bond with each other.

After over seven decades of marriage, the queen was left with no other choice but to say goodbye to Prince Philip after he died at the age of 99 earlier this year.

The Duke of Edinburgh was so committed to the royal duties that he decided to perform them until he was 95 years old.

And even though he was no longer working as a senior royal at the time of his passing, his thoughts on important matters and issues were always heard by his loved ones.

While speaking with Woman UK, royal author Duncan Larcombe said that the queen will most likely follow in her husband’s footsteps by serving the monarchy until the day she dies.

Larcombe thinks that the queen will never resign from her royal duties regardless of her age for as long as she’s able to make sound decisions for the monarchy.

“It appears that the queen has invoked the spirit of her late husband and will continue until her dying breath, a sentiment she is likely to have shared in the private meeting with Boris Johnson during his recent visit to her Scottish bolthole,” The source said.

Years ago, there were speculations that the queen would retire from her role as the monarch when she’s 95 years old.

However, this didn’t happen even though the queen is already 95 years old.

Some royal experts then predicted that Her Majesty will resign from her post when she’s 97 years old. And they will most likely prove themselves wrong.

During her coronation decades ago, the queen vowed to remain committed to The Crown. She also said that she will serve The Crown until the day she dies, and this is what she intends to do.

Meanwhile, the queen also made headlines recently amid reports that her doctors advised her to cancel her trip to Northern Ireland.

A statement from Buckingham Palace confirmed that the queen was scheduled to go to Northern Ireland on Wednesday and Thursday. But she was forced to stay at Windsor Castle to get some rest.

"Her Majesty is in good spirits and is disappointed that she will no longer be able to visit Northern Ireland, where she had been due to undertake a series of engagements today and tomorrow. The Queen sends her warmest good wishes to the people of Northern Ireland and looks forward to visiting in the future," the statement read.