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Queen Elizabeth owns a royal cellular with a ‘secret’ Facebook account in it

The world is nicely conscious of one of many British royal household’s strictest guidelines concerning an unofficial presence on social media that options the non-public lives of the members.

However, that isn’t stopping the topped head of England, Queen Elizabeth II from having a ‘secret’ Facebook, as revealed by a current report.

The monarch recommended that she can also sustain with the fashionable traits of society regardless of her previous age and superior stature.

After her 94th birthday celebration amidst the coronavirus lockdown, Her Majesty has been staying away from the limelight, as she spends time in Windsor Castle, often leaping on a Zoom name for her royal duties or to attach along with her household.

However, the Queen has been tech savvy for fairly a while, as claimed by journalist Brian Hoey who wrote for the Daily Mail again in 2017, saying: “She has her own mobile, has learned how to text and her phone is among the most sophisticated in the world.”

“It is encrypted, like those used by the security services, and is said to be impossible to be hacked into,” stated Hoey.

“When she wanted professional tuition in learn how to function it, she was capable of flip to her eldest grandchildren, Peter Phillip and his sister, Zara, who’re wizards with every kind of digital devices.

“The royal mobile is kept fully charged at all times by Angela Kelly, the Queen’s personal assistant and senior dresser. It’s an ultra-slim model with a camera, small and light enough to fit in a pocket or handbag,” he went on to say.

“The Queen also has an iPad and a laptop, and she has a personal account on Facebook — though no one outside the Palace knows how many ‘Friends’ she has,” he added. 

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