Princess Anne could easily take on duties previously performed by Prince Harry and Prince Philip, says a leading expert.
US royal commentator Thomas Mace-Archer-Mills predicts that Princess Anne will be offered several important roles – including new patronages.
This comes after Prince Philip died in April this year at the age of 99.
And a year since Prince Harry and Meghan Markle stepped down as senior royals.
“It would be a shock”
While I’m talking to him Daily star He said, “It would be a shock if she didn’t at least get the opportunity to turn down some of the patronages that have opened up.”
He added, “Your behavior is very good for the patronage that your father had.
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“She commands the respect of the armed forces and therefore she will receive more of those honorary patrons that Philip and her nephew left behind.”
In fact, Princess Anne, now 70, is often referred to as “the hardest working queen”.
What did Princess Anne say about Prince Philip’s death?
Shortly after his death, she made a heartfelt statement about her late father.
This included: “Without him, life will be completely different. But from a social perspective, he’s been able to keep up with the technological changes that are having such an impact … but most of all, it’s not about technology, it’s about people. “
Meanwhile in a rare interview with Vanity Fair On the occasion of her 70th birthday, she urged the young royals not to “reinvent the wheel”.
She explained, “And I’m already on stage. ‘Please don’t reinvent this particular wheel. We were there, did that. Some of these things don’t work. ‘”
She also said she has no intention of ever retiring from her royal duties.
Anne didn’t talk about Prince Harry or Meghan Markle when she left the UK.
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However, it has been widely reported that both she and her daughter Zara Tindall gave him the cold shoulder on his return.
Apparently he received a “frosty” reception while attending Prince Philip’s funeral in Windsor last month.
A source told the Mail on Sunday: “You are still very angry. You set up a uniform front for the queen. They all think he behaved horribly. “
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