The Queen has her own private ‘anti-hacker encrypted’ mobile phone but will only answer to just two numbers on it - none of her sons make the cut.
Daughter Princess Anne and the Queen’s racing manager John Warren are the two people she will speak to and both of these callers can get through to her majesty from anywhere in the world.
Royal commentator Jonathan Sacerdoti made the claim about the Queen’s dialling habits, adding that she uses a Samsung packed with anti-hacker encryption by MI6.
Mr Sacerdoti told US presenter Christina Garibaldi: “Apparently the Queen has two people who she speaks to the most on her phones and she also apparently has a mobile phone which is said to be Samsung packed with anti-hacker encryption by MI6 so nobody can hack into her phone.
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“But the two people she phones the most are said to be her daughter Princess Anne and her racing manager John Warren.”
And particularly if John calls, “she answers”. “He is the son-in-law of the Queen’s friend, the late Earl of Carnarvon and his home was Highclere castle in Berkshire which viewers of TV may know better as Downton Abbey.”
John is one of the world’s leading horsemen and oversees all of the Queen’s racing and breeding interests. Her royal majesty has been involved with horses for over 70 years and first attended the Royal Ascot in 1945 aged 19 years old, according to Britain Magazine.
And it seems the Queen has an unbreakable bond with her only daughter Anne despite having multiple other children to favour.
Their relationship has been captured over the years in photographs, that show the pair coordinate fashion styles and colour schemes.
And with a nod to this, the Queen published a series of heartwarming photos to mark Anne's 71st birthday on Sunday 15 August.
Perhaps the pair bonded over horse riding and all things equestrian as it has been a life-time hobby for both.
The monarch has been praised for her work-ethic and Anne has followed in her footsteps too by attending royal engagements yearly, reports Hello Magazine.