It seems that Queen Elizabeth II only picks up her phone for two people.
Royal expert Jonathan Sacredotti revealed during a recent episode of the ‘Royally Us’ podcast that the Queen not only has a limited list of people she’ll pick up the phone for, but she also has a phone packed with “anti-hack encryption.” .
“The Queen appears to have two people she talks to the most on her phones, and she also appears to have a cell phone, said to be [a] “Samsung is full of anti-hacking encryption by MI6 so that no one can hack its phone,” Sacardotti said.
“But it is said that the two people she contacts the most are her daughter Princess Anne and her racing director John Warren. So they seem to be the ones who could reach the Queen from anywhere in the world if he called, she replied.” .
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Warren is the brother-in-law of Queen Elizabeth’s friend, the late Earl of Carnarvon, according to Express.
Elizabeth is the longest-lived and longest-reigning British monarch. Next year, she is set to celebrate her platinum jubilee – marking 70 years on the throne.
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Concerns about the Queen’s health were raised last month, when she spent a night in a London hospital after being admitted for medical checks. In late October, palace officials said doctors had ordered the king to rest for two weeks and do only light tasks.
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The Queen has recently returned to her public duties, holding a personal meeting at Windsor Castle with the outgoing commander-in-chief of Britain’s armed forces.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.