In recent times, Queen Elizabeth II has often been seen on public occasions, again in attendance. The sovereign is deeply saddened by the death of her husband Philip, but continues to be in an excellent mood and smiling. Royal expert Phil Dampier explained that this is probably what the queen promised her husband, who would have liked to see her like this and not in mourning.
After the death of her husband Philip, who passed away in April, the Queen Elizabeth “Is devastated”.
But in his institutional outings he always shows himself smiling and in an excellent mood. In the last few days she has often shown herself in public, to finally carry out her real commitments in the presence.
Last week the Queen was in Scotland with William and the princess Anna and then attended the Royal Windsor Horse Show four days in a row.
He hosted Angela Merkel in Windsor.
Queen Elizabeth continues to smile: the promise to Philip
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As the royal expert explained Phil Dampier, who boasts 35 years of experience in telling the Royal Family, it is a further way to honor Philip, who would never have wanted to see her in mourning, sitting and crying as Queen Victoria did for Albert.
Dampier said that the 95-year-old sovereign has such enthusiasm “to make every day a new adventure”.
The royal expert then revealed that Elizabeth is never alone even in private. With her there would always be the seamstress Angela Kelly and the page Paul Whybrew, sincerely fond of the queen, reciprocated.
The queen imposed the name of Princess Beatrice
Meanwhile, another indiscretion has emerged. The controversy about names gods Royal Babies had arisen a month ago with the birth of Lilibet Diana, the second child of Harry and Meghan.
The news had already emerged some time ago, but has now returned to the fore in the wake of new discussions.
The Duke of York Andrew and his then wife Sarah Ferguson they wanted to call their eldest daughter, Beatrice, in another way.
The choice fell on “Annabel“, Which, however, would have been rejected in toto by Her Majesty, as it was considered too” yuppie “and not suited to a real one.
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