It is said that Queen Elizabeth II will only pick up the phone for two people inside The Firm, and they may not be what you think.
“Apparently, the Queen has two people she talks to the most on her phones, and she also appears to have a Samsung cell phone that is said to be filled with anti-hacking MI6 encryption, so no one can hack her phone,” Royal revealed. Commentator Jonathan Sacredotti while participating in The Royally US podcast.
“But it is said that the two people she contacts the most are her daughter Princess Anne and her racing director, John Warren.”
Meanwhile, it has been reported that Queen Elizabeth II will host the royal family at Sandringham House for Christmas despite the full drama of a disturbing year, death and health concerns.
A source told the Daily Mail on Thursday: “The Queen has told everyone that she has been feeling a lot better recently and is very much looking forward to welcoming them at Christmas.”
The 95-year-old has been referring to a handful of health concerns she has presented to the world this year, including a hospital stay for “testing”.
It has also canceled two trips this year, including a visit to Northern Ireland with Prime Minister Boris Johnson and another to Scotland for the United Nations climate conference.
According to the report, the Queen will take a 50-minute helicopter ride to the Norfolk estate as early as December 17.
Invitations have reportedly been sent to Prince Edward, Princess Anne, Princess Beatrice, Princess Eugenie and their families.
Unfortunately, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will not be joining the royal family’s traditions this festive season, as Page Six exclusively reported.
As mentioned earlier, 2021 wasn’t exactly the Queen’s year.
Doctors told the Queen she needed to rest for at least two weeks after she was admitted to hospital in October, but she was photographed in the driver’s seat of her car about a week later.
She also lost her husband, Prince Philip, when he passed away at the age of 99 in early April. They had been married for over 70 years at the time of his death.