Princess Anne an ‘unsung hero’ as royal supports Queen during grief, says Karren Brady
Baroness Karren Brady has praised Princess Anne after she was pictured out with the Queen performing their royal duties. The Apprentice star addressed Prince Philip’s death, as she explained Her Majesty appeared to be higher spirits.
The 52-year-old spoke out in her latest column, referencing Her Majesty’s appearance at the University of Edinburgh last week.
It comes after Prince Harry and Prince William had reunited for the unveiling of their late mother’s statue, Diana, Princess Diana of Wales.
Karren noted that Princess Anne has been a pillar of support during the Queen’s time of grief, as she said “she’s always with her mother”.
Addressing their latest royal appearance, the Baroness said it was a joy to see Her Majesty smiling as she applauded her daughter.
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The mother and daughter also heard from academics about the newly-launched Edinburgh Earth Initiative, which will be a focal point for the University’s teaching and research on climate.
The outing marked the final engagement of this year’s Royal Week, which has seen Her Majesty undertake a range of engagements celebrating Scottish community, innovation and history.
Her Majesty was not among guests at the statue unveiling in Kensington Palace of Diana’s statue.
Just 13 people joined Harry and William at the poignant event – including Diana’s siblings Earl Spencer, Lady Sarah McCorquodale and Lady Jane Fellowes.
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