This Member of the Royal Family Has Become Part of Queen's ‘Inner Circle’ for the Past Year

While it is difficult for us to know what is really going on behind the walls of Buckingham Palace (and we cannot rely on the Crown for full details), we know that Queen Elizabeth is very attached to her family.
And now, according to a report from the Express, we have learned that there is a member of the royal family who has become the Queen's inner circle: her daughter-in-law Sophie, the Countess of Wessex.
The wife of Queen Elizabeth's youngest son, Prince Edward, has been described as "one of those in Her Majesty's 'fully trustworthy' inner circle of four." The royal commentator Penny Junor described the relationship between the queen and the countess and said: “The queen has always got on incredibly well with her. Sophie wasn't an aristocrat, had a perfectly normal background and I don't think she ever lost that. "She added," There's a real love for Edward, Sophie and the Queen. "
According to The Daily Mail, that relationship has been strengthened by the fact that Sophie has acted as the "stone" for Queen Elizabeth since the death of her husband Prince Philip. Royal insider Duncan Larcombe said the Countess helped the queen by visiting her quite often and "calling at least once a day and making sure she was fully supported".
Express claims that Countess Angela Kelly (Lieutenant of the Royal Victorian Order), Lady Pamela Hicks (the Queen's second cousin) and Princess Anne (Her Majesty's daughter) join as part of the intimate inner circle.
We even learned that the Countess of Wessex has a special nickname for Queen Elizabeth: "Mama".
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