Gloria Ogbu

How the longest serving monarch in the UK, Queen Elizabeth II became Queen have been revealed.

According to report, she would have not become Queen if her uncle, former King Edward VII had not resigned in 1936, giving her father the opportunity to become King.

It was gathered that the King resigned because he loved a woman who had divorced two times and had sexually promiscuous behavior. The marriage of a king to a former hook-up artist was considered scandalous and unacceptable by the British people.

King Edward VII then chose to resign after the British government, public, and the Church of England condemned his decision to marry a woman who has a sexual scandal escapade in China and several other places and who was rumored to have become infertile from her many sexual indiscretion.

It was simply unbelievable and unpalatable that a future king-to-be would be getting married to a woman like that. And this caused several protests in London and other places.

He eventually resigned from the throne on December 10, 1936 paving way for Queen Elizabeth’s father to become King.
At his abdication, he said: “I have found it impossible to carry on the heavy burden of responsibility and to discharge the duties of king, as I would wish to do, without the help and support of the woman I love.”

According to report, he later became an outcast and his wife later left him when his health deteriorated. When he died, he was not buried in the royal cemetery.