Princess Anne ‘would make a fantastic Queen’ says biographer
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The Princess Royal, 70, is often described as the hardest-working royal. And yesterday Anne was very busy as she completed four separate video calls as part of her duties.
The Princess Royal’s jam-packed day prompted praise from royal fans on Twitter.
One said: “Total admiration for The Princess Royal.
“She works tirelessly, and never seeks publicity, a shining example to all.”
Another commented: “Perfect Princess Anne. As always!”
Princess Anne has impressed royal fans after carrying out four virtual engagements in just one day (Image: ROYAL FAMILY)
The Princess Royal is often described as the hardest-working royal (Image: GETTY)
A third wrote: “Soft spot for Princess Anne.”
Another posted: “So much wonderful hard work carried out with dignity and a sense of duty.”
A fifth said: “Princess Anne, such a hard-working inspiration!”
One more added: “l just love Anne.”
The Princess Royal’s jam-packed day prompted praise from royal fans on Twitter (Image: GETTY)
The Queen’s daughter on Wednesday held video calls with four organisations in Cambridge.
The first was Cambridge Citizens Advice, which has continued to provide free, confidential and independent advice to people during the pandemic.
Anne has been patron of Citizens Advice since 1990.
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Yesterday, The Princess Royal paid a virtual visit to four organisations in Cambridge.
������������ Firstly, HRH spoke to @CambridgeCAB, who have been helping people to adapt to new restrictions over the last year.
— The Royal Family (@RoyalFamily) March 18, 2021
Next, she had a virtual engagement with Global Graphics, which provides software for digital printing.
The company, which received a Queen’s Award for Enterprise in 2020, said on Twitter: “It was a real pleasure and an honour to meet HRH The Princess Royal and chat about our #ScreenPro technology with Julie Spence, @Lord_Lt_Cambs.”
Anne then had an online visit with data company SciBite, which has also won a Queen’s Award for Enterprise.
Princess Anne timeline (Image: EXPRESS)
She ended her day with a video call with The Red Hen Project.
The charity has worked with the Cambridge Fruit Company to deliver more than 2,000 boxes of fresh fruit and vegetables to families in need and NHS workers.
Anne looked typically smart in a tweed jacket, brooch and scarf.
The Princess Royal has been spending the lockdown at her Gatcombe Park residence in Gloucestershire.