The Queen reportedly loves the “lack of drama” with Prince William and Kate Middleton and believes they will be “perfect” to rule.
She seems fully confident the pair will be able to take on the reins of monarchy, it has been claimed.
Wills and Kate have already taken over a portion of the Queen’s charity work, with the Duke of Cambridge particularly active during lockdown.
A royal source told US Weekly: “Queen Elizabeth finds it refreshing that there’s never any drama or scandal surrounding Kate and William.
“In her eyes, they’re the perfect suitors for the position. She adores Kate.”
Though Prince Charles is the Queen’s successor, the source claims Kate and William have been given more responsibilities.
They added: “Their main goal is to become more relatable to the public.
“They definitely won’t abolish traditions or anything like that, although some will become more relaxed, like the dress code and showing affection in public.
“They’ll continue being advocates for mental health, which in previous generations is a topic that was rarely discussed.”
Charles carried out the most duties during lockdown, according to research released earlier this month.
He had 69 commitments including phone calls, video conferences and in-person engagements from March 23 until July 31.
He was followed by Wills with 65, with The Queen coming in at three with 54 duties.
Earlier this month, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were snapped enjoying a day trip to Welsh resort Barry Island – of Gavin and Stacey fame.
They wore masks as they met with the owners of Island Leisure amusement arcades.
Wills and Kate checked out "Nessa's Slots" and Marco’s Cafe, a family-run business since 1958 which features in the hit BBC comedy.
The senior royals were then taken to see the new beach huts installed as part of Vale of Glamorgan Council’s £6million regeneration project on the promenade.
Kate and William even had a go at playing a grab a teddy game, with the Duchess picking up a blue toy and celebrating, only for it to slip from the claws before reaching the winning chute.