After the death of Elizabeth II, the truth of the UFO will come out! UK may release Royal X files

Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II is no longer in this world. It is being said that after the death of Rani, the release of ‘Royal X-Files’ may accelerate. It is believed that these documents contain important information related to UFOs i.e. Unidentified Flying Objects. Experts interested in aliens say nearly 70 years of research by the Duke of Edinburgh, the late husband of Queen Elizabeth II, should be made public. This research contains information on UFO sightings in the UK.

Daily Star Key Report According to reports, Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, husband of Queen Elizabeth II, had a passion for space. This passion began after an incident in 1955 at the house of his uncle, Lord Louis Mountbatten. Since then, Prince Philip has been involved in the investigation related to aliens.

In that incident, a man had claimed that his bike was hit by a force from a spaceship-like shape. The incident took place at the Broadlands estate in Hampshire, which Philip learned about from his uncle. Prince Philip is said to have spent most of his life investigating these incidents, but experts claim the case was shelved as it would have caused a sensation. Experts say there may now be a demand to open those files.

Nick Pope, a former Defense Ministry official who headed the government from 1991 to 1994 UFO Operated the desk, he told the important thing. Said Philip and his ex-RAF colleague Sir Peter Horsley spent years ‘quietly’ investigating alien sightings. He said that Philip used to keep an eye on the development related to it. He used to subscribe to magazines and newsletters that gathered information on UFOs and interviewed people who claimed to have seen aliens.

He said that it was a sensitive matter. If it had come to light that the Queen’s husband was investigating the UFO case, there would have been a sensation. Prince Philip died in April 2021 at the age of 99. After his death his files remained secret. About two months later, British defense chiefs refused to release information about UFOs or aliens.