Britain’s biggest Queen superfan says “Ma’am, we need you here with us” in emotional message to Her Majesty.
Margaret Tyler’s entire home is dedicated to the British monarchy.
The 78-year-old grandmother from Wembley, London, who has met the queen four times, described the 96-year-old monarch as a “wonderful person”.
Speaking of the Queen’s ill health, the grandmother-of-four said: “I was horrified hearing the news.
“One thing I dread before bed every night is a phone call in the middle of the night to tell me something has happened to her.
“I would be devastated. I’ve always loved the Royal family and I always will.
“Ma’am, look after yourself, we need you here with us. We are here for you.”
Margaret was just eight when Queen Elizabeth II was crowned – and recalled being “broken-hearted” when her father wouldn’t buy a TV so she could watch.
Margaret has dedicated her entire home to celebrating the Royals – to the point her home is mistaken for a museum by passers-by.
Each room is decked floor to ceiling in memorabilia, photographs and books about the Royals – as well as cardboard cutouts of Her Majesty and the Royal corgis.
Margaret has met the Queen on four occasions, and every time described her as being “so kind and sweet.”
She also met Princess Diana just a matter of weeks before she passed away.
She said: “I was like jelly after meeting her.
“The most recent time, I ran all the way home to tell my daughter on the phone.
“I was puffing and panting so hard, she thought I was having a heart attack!”
As news continues to emerge of the Queen’s declining health, Margaret said: “If anything happens to her, I would be in tears for a long time.
“I have grown up with her and I love what she does. The whole thing would be different without her.
“It might yet swing the other way, she might be ok. Her mother lived to a good age.
“We just have to hope and pray.”
She added: “Whatever happens, she has done a marvellous job.
“What she will leave behind is wonderful memories.”