Despite years of scandal, the royal family is still highly respected, according to an expert.
Despite years of scandal, the public still thinks highly of and respects the royal family, according to an expert who comes to their defense.
It comes after a royal commentator claimed that due to'mismanagement,' Buckingham Palace is at risk of losing public trust.
However, royal author Angela Levin, who wrote Harry: Conversations with a Prince, defended the British monarchy, claiming that the monarchy has always faced "difficult patches" to overcome.
"If Buckingham Palace's mismanagement continues, there is a serious risk that the public's respect for the embodiment of British stability will be undermined," Tom Bower of the Sunday Times wrote.
Bower made his remarks in a piece for the paper about how the 'royal house of cards' is collapsing without Prince Philip.
Since the Queen's absence from the public eye in October, when doctors advised her to rest, he speaks of "sleaze, sex, and scandal" hitting daily headlines.
"That unmanaged saga is just one of many scandals giving the impression of the Palace's drift toward crisis," writes Bower, "which has become more apparent since Prince Philip's death in April."
"Those who predicted the Firm would be shaken by instability have begun to fear the worst."
"I don't think so negatively," Ms Levin tweeted.
The Royal Family has always had difficult times, but they have persevered for hundreds of years.
"A President is much worse for us than the monarchy; look around the world; the UK monarchy is highly respected."
"The Royal Family don't cost the taxpayers much, they bring A LOT of money to the economy, they support thousands of charities, and they unite the country in times of need, that's beyond any President, any politician can do," one fan agreed with Ms Levin.
"As an American, I would love the respect and support of the British Royal Family," said another.
"Just look at the politics over here, and you'd all fall at Her Majesty's feet and her loyal family's feet."
However, one supporter pointed out that the royal family does not get involved in politics because they must remain neutral in order to change the narrative.
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