Queen Elizabeth is the head of the British monarchy and one of the most influential rulers in the world. Even at the age of 94, the monarch is showing no signs of slowing down, which makes one wonder about the secret behind her longevity.
Despite her longstanding reign, the Queen hasn't had an easy time lately, with new scandals around the royal family every day.
One of the biggest scandals to hit the Firm was the alleged friendship between Prince Andrew and Jeffrey Epstein, who is being accused of human trafficking.
Shortly after, the Queen was hit by another shock when Prince Harry and Meghan announced that they will step down from the royal duties, blindsiding the entire family. Allegedly, the Queen found out about their decision like the rest of us: through an Instagram post.
With so much going on in her personal and public life, the Queen needs an outlet for her emotions and frustrations from time to time, and for that, she turns to a very special diary that only one other person in the world can read.
As the longest-reigning monarch who has dedicated almost her entire life to the welfare of her people, Queen Elizabeth has stuck with her country through thick and thin, guiding them through many crises including World War II, Princess Diana's death, and, recently, the global pandemic.
Ever since she was a young girl, the world was fascinated by her and her sister, Princess Margaret. This interest became tenfold after young Elizabeth's unexpected ascension to the throne in 1952.
Ever since, she has had to deal with public criticism and scrutiny every step of the way, especially after the death of Princess Diana. But she managed to overcome every hardship, becoming the most beloved British monarch to date.
Even at her age, the Queen is busier than ever, so when she gets a moment to herself, she makes sure to make good use of it.
She has a habit of keeping a secret diary which she updates every day with feelings and thoughts she can't share with anyone else. But this top-secret diary is heavily guarded, and the only person who had access to it is her late husband Prince Philip.
None of Queen's scriptures have ever gone missing so it's highly unlikely that the diary has ever been read by anyone but her husband who passed away in 2021 at the age of 99.