Queen Elizabeth only picks up her cellphone for two people in the entire world and her main heir isn't one of them.
One would think that being the head of state, Queen Elizabeth would have a special cellphone all the important people of the government could dial to reach her. While she does have a unique cellphone with an anti-hacker encryption, the Queen doesn't really use it to see some tiktoks or even talk to her closed ones. As reported by royal commentator Jonathan Sacerdoti, not even important leaders of her government have access to that number. Who has?
Sacerdoti recently revealed that the Queen has a Samsung phone that has an advance anti-hacker system encrypted by MI6, so basically no one in the world can access the information shared through that phone. Again, you would think that with that advanced system, the Queen uses that phone to discuss really important and confidential state matters but it looks like the Queen only picks up her cellphone for two very close people. Sadly for the heir to the throne, he's not on that exclusive list.
The lucky ones that get to talk to the Queen's private cellphone are her only daugther, Princess Anne and her racing manager John Warren, who is the son in law of one of the Queen's closest friends, the late Earl of Carnarvon. One the one hand, Warren is Queen Elizabeth's bloodstock advisor and the one in charge of the racing activities of her horses, one of her greatest passions in life. On the other hand, Princess Anne shares with her mother that love for horses and she was even the first member of the royal family to become an Olympic athlete, precisely on horse riding. So, maybe that phone is exclusive for horsing matters.
We don't know if the late Prince Philip belonged to that exclusive list of people who can phone the Queen from any part of the world, but they likely had a more direct communication. As for the rest of her children, well, Charles, Andrew, and Edward surely know how to dial Buckingham Palace or Windsor Castle, where she's been spending most of her time nowadays.
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