Queen Elizabeth is not only the British monarch, a position she has held for more than 66 years, but also a grandmother of eight grandchildren – and they have not always behaved in the most appropriate manner for their "royal" status. According to reports.
The Queen has always played a practical role with Peter Phillips (41), Zara Tindall (38), Prince William (37), Prince Harry (35), Princess Beatrice (31), Princess Eugenie (29), Lady Louise Windsor (15). and James, Viscount Seven, 11, who all brought their endless happiness – along with the usual family dramas, which were often enhanced by royal expectations.
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According to a 2016 report in the Daily Express the Queen's cousin, Lady Elizabeth Anson, revealed this, Apart from her dismay As many of her grandchildren seemed to lack the art of entertainment, she also admitted that they had started helping the palace staff.
"I suppose they always stand up and down and help someone and put something in the dishwasher or whatever they do," she told the publication. "You do not have enough staff."
While she may be unhappy that her grandchildren have Queen Elizabeth in the palace, her weight is on is also interested in getting involved in the daily operation of the place.
According to a Royal Insider, The Queen Once served a Tradie who worked at Buckingham Palace with a cup of tea.
Kevin Andrews, the royal upholsterer of the deceased queen mother, recalls the days when a fellow builder was stunned In an upcoming television program, Her Majesty had served him his brew, Secrets of the Royal Palaces .
The Builder said he would dismantle a desk in Buckingham Palace so he could not see who made the bid, if a well woman asked him if he would like a cup of tea.
"Yes, in a cup, two sugars, tea of the builders," he replied.
"I do not want any of the nonsense I had here last time, so fine China and all that saucer stuff."
When the woman came back and said, "I have your tea placed here on the table. "give him a cup!