The strange cell phone used by Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom

Queen Elizabeth II is the Sovereign Queen of the United Kingdom, currently 96 years old, born on April 21, 1926. Recently, the strange mobile phone used by Her Majesty has been revealed, and it has also been mentioned that he only answers or communicates from the cell phone with two people.

The cell phone used by Queen Elizabeth II is a Samsung phone with MI6 anti-hacking encryption so that no one can hack into her mobile device. According to those close to the Queen, her use of the cell phone is very limited, as it was indicated that she only uses it to make calls and write messages to a number of people.

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Queen Elizabeth II supposedly only communicates with her daughter Anne and her horse manager John Warren, with whom she makes calls and sends letters. As for their other children, they should try their luck by calling the UK sovereign landline.

Many people have wondered if Queen Elizabeth II, 96, uses a smartphone or if she knows how to use it, and indeed she has made several video calls during the Covid-19 pandemic and attended various royal events via Zoom.

Where does Queen Elizabeth II keep her cell phone?

Queen Elizabeth II usually carries a Launer bag where she keeps a pen, notebook, lipstick and tissues, in addition to her Samsung mobile phone.

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Terry Alexander

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