Of course every kingdom allows for their monarch to abdicate if they absolutely don't want to rule. Being led by an unwilling or unfitting ruler is disastrous for a kingdom, so if she'd have said that she just doesn't wanna, it's in the best interest of everyone to let her turn down the crown and seek a willing and more capable leader.
Also, she was the queen, the almighty monarch, the state am I, who was gonna force her to stay married to her king? She could just change the laws so that she'd be granted divorce>She needed the wand and book to defend herself
THEY'RE NOT HERS. The wand and book belong to the throne, to the kingdom, to the family. Plus, the wand and the book are the greatest defense of the kingdom. By taking those she essentially rendered the kingdom defenseless. >use the wand to fight innocent monsters
ok you're just trolling, I see. Your arguments are pretty much the same tier as >well this CEO of this company totally had the right to just escape abroad with most of the company money in the night without telling anyone, they were tired of their job and you see they needed the money to have a nice life with a new identity, they needed it to protect themselves, because the police and the IRS would come after them after they fled with all the cash, they totally chose not to live the luxurious life of a CEO and have a right to live their life