Princess Anne is one of the most active members of the royal family
During a tribute to their mother for her 70th birthday, Zara Tindall and Peter Phillips made revelations about her
The princess’s children made confessions about what they found annoying about their mother
Princess Anne is a key figure in the British royal family for her seriousness, but above all for her commitment. If Kate Middleton is known for being an icon of royal fashion, Princess Anne is best known for her impeccable attitude. Princess Anne, 72, shows unwavering dedication to her official duties. Moreover, she is one of the most active and committed members of the royal family. According to the Times, Princess Anne was number 1 in this framework in 2021 since she had made the most engagements that year.
Note that on the death of Queen Elizabeth II at the age of 96, on September 8, Princess Anne aroused admiration for “her stoicism”. In addition to King Charles III, Princess Anne is the only member of the royal family to have been at Queen Elizabeth II’s side during her last moments. She had followed her mother’s coffin every step of the way from Balmoral to London, reports the Mirror. A true model of commitment, the Queen’s only daughter has supported many important causes. From Save The Children, to carer support, to helping the disabled, Princess Anne is the exact definition of the word “flawless”. Working hard is obviously a doctrine that the royal seeks to instill in her children. She would have made it clear to her children, Peter Phillips and Zara Tindall, that they had to work in the future and that regardless of the identity of their grandmother, according to Mirror.
Zara Tindall: “She’s like a sponge”
In 2020, Peter Phillips, 44, and Zara Tindall, 41, paid tribute to their mother on her 70th birthday. It was an opportunity for the children of Princess Anne to make some revelations and especially to joke about a habit of the royal. During this interview, the children of Princess Anne had confided that they were afraid to ask their mother to slow down. “She’s like a sponge, it’s amazing, the information that’s stored in her brain. quite boring, yes”.
Mike Tindall’s wife had already opened up about what she thought about not having an official title in the past. Unlike Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to whom it visibly bothers, Zara Tindall had confessed that it was a chance for her. “I’m very lucky that both of my parents decided not to use the title and we grew up and did all the things that gave us the opportunity to do so,” she said on the subject. Recall that after the death of the queen, King Charles III agreed to grant the title of prince and princess to the children of the Sussexes, but that they would not benefit from the title HRH.
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