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Queen Elizabeth News – Virtual Engagement CANCELLED because Philip’s unusual nickname for her is revealed

The Queen canceled planned engagements yesterday as she continues to recover from Covid, still experiencing “mild cold-like symptoms” after being diagnosed on Sunday.

Yesterday, the Palace confirmed that she chose to cancel her virtual interactions when she was isolated at Windsor Castle. However, Queen will continue with “light duties” like paperwork.

In other royal news, according to a royal biographer, the Prince Philip there is a rather strange, but sweet, Nickname he used for his wife.

Apparently, Philip once called the Queen, ‘cabbage’, which some speculate came from the French phrase “mon petit chou,” a French Way say “my dear.

Robert Lacey, a royal biographer, appeared to confirm the nickname in an interview with The Sunday Times, saying: “Yes, I heard that’s how he would sometimes refer to it. she.”

Read our Royal Family live blog below for the latest updates…

  • Prince Andrew has been plaguing the Queen long before we knew about Epstein

    The Queen’s third born has been embroiled in a scandal in recent years involving Jeffrey Epstein.

    In an episode of BBC Panorama, Virginia Giuffre is alleged to have been trafficked into sex by Jeffrey Epstein for the pleasure of Prince Andrew. He continues to deny this and that they have ever met, although he settled out of court for £12m last week.

    However, over the years, Prince Andrew has been criticized for being ‘horrific’ and mistreatment of staff.

    Emma Guenbaum said: “From the beginning he was a constant sexual abuser.”

    The Duke’s former maid, Charlotte Briggs, also described his behavior and said she broke down in tears after he yelled at her for not closing the curtains properly.

  • Prince Andrew’s secret trip to visit the Queen

    A royal has claimed that Prince Andrew secretly visited the Queen during the night to avoid detection by photographers.

    A royal insider said the Duke of York had visited Windsor Castle several times to speak to his mother.

    Royal sources say Prince Andrew has “apologized to the Queen” for the scandal.

    The source also confirmed: “Andrew was very careful and tried to stay out of sight.

    “He knows there are photographers during the day and the best chance to avoid them is after dark.

    “He knew he meant to bow and this was a short trip, but he held it back and apologized to the Queen for all the trouble he had caused her.

    “He realizes how serious this whole problem is and the damage it has done to the monarchy.”

  • William blushed when he was treated by Diana

    WILLIAM recalls how he was blushed as a teenager when Diana gathered his favorite supermodels to greet him.

    The duke was very confused because he had pictures of Naomi CampbellCindy Crawford and Christy Turlington on her wall.

    Speaking in the 2017 ITV documentary Diana, Our Mother: “She organized, when I got home from school, that Cindy Crawford, Christy Turlington and Naomi Campbell were waiting at the top of the stairs.

    “I was probably a 12 or 13 year old boy who had posters of them on his wall.

    “And I blushed, didn’t know what to say and was a bit clumsy. I think I fell down the stairs quite a few times on the way up. I was absolutely horrible.

    “But it’s a very funny memory that will live on forever with me of her being both in love and embarrassed and kind of a joker.”

  • Is the Queen also counting down the days until Boris Johnson leaves office?

    Many of us have changed jobs in our lives and wish to have some time off before starting a new one – few of us can boast of having done the same role. game for 70 years.

    The Queen, who will turn 96 in April, celebrated her Platinum Jubilee this year.

    While Queen Elizabeth II seems intent on working until she can’t, it’s unlikely she would be kind to anyone who made these years of her reign more difficult than necessary.

    Many of us were frustrated and appalled by Johnson’s lack of care and inability to read the room when we found out he was involved a number of times.

    Meanwhile, we haven’t been able to spend time with family and friends for almost two years.

  • In the face of rising national insurance, why can’t we agree that the royal family earns so much?

    Rishi Sunak and Boris Johnson announced earlier this year that national coverage would increase in April as planned.

    Whether or not it’s a plot to distract the populace from ‘Partygate’ as many suspect, it looks likely to happen and will certainly have a significant effect on most of us.

    Meanwhile, money and an expensive lifestyle are led by many in the royal family, many of whom own clothing that, if sold, would provide a healthy deposit of wealth.

    Statista has created a chart to highlight how much taxpayers are paying to the royal household.

    While many struggle to survive during the closure in 2020, the amount we pay the royal family is more than double what it was eight years ago in 2012.

  • When the Queen dies, will it be the end of the royal family as we know it?

    A few days ago, the queen tested positive for COVID at the age of 95.

    The Queen, who celebrates a Platinum Jubilee, became the longest-serving monarch seven years ago after overtaking her great-grandmother, Queen Victoria.

    With 70 years under her rule, many have wondered what the royal family will be like under Charles’ reign, and William has left many wondering.

    He said he would take the royal family from the tradition of the past to the modern one of today.

  • ‘Plant Trees in the Jubilee Year’ in honor of the Queen

    The initiative was launched as a celebration of the Queen’s jubilee year and in support of her love of the outdoors.

    Four years ago, the Queen and David Attenborough made a documentary about nature, trees and what it means to them.

    This year, we encourage tree planting to promote sustainability and a cleaner environment.

    Communities and Groups, as well as schools and families are being encouraged participate.

  • Philip’s ‘weird’ nickname for the Queen

    In other royal news, according to a royal biographer, the Prince Philip there is a rather strange, but sweet, Nickname he used for his wife.

    Apparently, Philip once called the Queen, ‘cabbage’, which some speculate came from the French phrase “mon petit chou,” a French Way say “my dear.

    Robert Lacey, a royal biographer, appeared to confirm the nickname in an interview with The Sunday Times, saying: “Yes, I heard that’s how he would sometimes refer to it. she.”

  • Queen canceled the engagement yesterday

    The Queen canceled planned engagements yesterday as she continues to recover from Covid, still experiencing “mild cold-like symptoms” after being diagnosed on Sunday.

    Yesterday, the Palace confirmed that she chose to cancel her virtual interactions when she was isolated at Windsor Castle. However, Queen will continue with “light duties” like paperwork.

https://www.thesun.co.uk/fabulous/17740238/queen-elizabeth-covid-news/ Queen Elizabeth News – Virtual Engagement CANCELLED because Philip’s unusual nickname for her is revealed

Dais Johnston

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