Princess Anne, the queen’s racing manager, seem to be the only ones who can communicate with her Majesty
According to Queen Elizabeth II, she only uses her phone for two people.
The queen has a very limited list of people for whom she will pick up the phone, but she also has “anti-hacker encryption” on her phone, royal expert Jonathan Sacerdoti explained during a recent episode.
Sacerdoti stated that “apparently the Queen has two people she talks to most on her phones, but she also appears to have a mobile phone which is [a] Samsung loaded with anti-hacker encryption from MI6 so nobody could hack into her phone.”
“But her daughter Princess Anne, and her racing manager John Warren are the people she calls the most,” he said. He said that this was apparently the only person who can call the Queen from anywhere around the globe.
According to Express, Warren is Queen Elizabeth’s son-in-law.
Elizabeth is Britain’s longest-living monarch and longest-reigning monarch. Next year, she will celebrate her Platinum Jubilee which marks 70 years of service to the throne.
Last month, concerns about the health of the monarch were raised when she spent a night at a London hospital following being admitted to undergo medical tests. Late October saw palace officials confirm that doctors had instructed the monarch to take a rest for two weeks, and then resume light duty.
Recently, the queen returned to public duties and held an audience at Windsor Castle with the outgoing head for Britain’s armed forces.