Queen Elizabeth Honors the ‘Hardest Working Royal’

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Queen ElizabethA sweet birthday post was written by her daughter to pay tribute to one of their most hardworking members of royal family. Princess Anne. The princess celebrated her 72nd Birthday. 

Princess Anne Celebrates Her 72nd Birthday

Official Twitter account for British royals shared Anne’s photo, along with the caption. “Wishing the Princess Royal a happy birthday today!”A tweet from royal family members included their birthday wishes for the princess. 

“Wishing a very happy and healthy birthday to the amazing, dutiful Princess Royal,” One person wrote. Another tweet, “Takes no nonsense, just like her father.”Anne is the second and only child of Prince Philip, the late husband of Anne. 

Princess Anne’s Relationship With The Queen

Queen Elizabeth and Anne are very close to each other and share many common interests, including horses. Anne has participated in equestrian competitions including the 1976 Olympic Games. 

Anne also supported her mother against claims she wasn’t a nurturing mother and that her siblings were simply handed to nannies. “I simply don’t believe there is any evidence whatsoever to suggest that she wasn’t caring. It just beggars belief,” The princess spoke to the BBC

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“We as children may have not been too demanding in the sense that we understand what the limitations were in time and the responsibilities placed on her as monarch in the things she had to do and the travels she had to make,” Anne continued. “But I don’t believe any of us for a second thought she didn’t care for us in exactly the same way as any other mother did. I just think it extraordinary that anybody could construe that that might not be true.”

Anne’s Impressive Humanitarian Work

Anne is as diligent as her mother. She attends hundreds of public events each year. The title of Princess was awarded to Anne in 2021. “Hardest Working Royal”In just one year, 387 public appearances. 

She is the patron of over 300 charities, including Save the Children, the Women Into Science and Engineering campaign, St. Andrew’s First Aid, and the Royal National Children’s Foundation. Anne was nominated in 1990 for the Nobel Peace Prize for her work with Save the Children. Anne and the queen share a love for horses, as well as a strong work ethic. 

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