The Queen has been seen for the first time since Meghan and Prince Harry’s controversial Oprah Winfrey interview in a video chat.
The Monarch joined daughter-in-law Camilla to speak to volunteers of the Royal Voluntary Service and NHS Volunteer Responders who have given up their time during the pandemic.
It’s the first time Her Majesty, 94, has been seen since the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s bombshell chat was broadcast last week.
In it, the former Hollywood actress Meghan alleged an unnamed senior royal had raised concerns about then-unborn Archie’s skin colour.
And she also claimed the Firm prevented her from seeking support after feeling suicidal.
The RVS has been at the forefront of mobilising volunteers since the outbreak of Covid-19, recruiting almost one million people since this time last year.
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Alongside GoodSAM, it was commissioned by NHS England to deliver the health service’s Volunteer Responders scheme to support those in need, with more than 1.6 million tasks completed to date.
These included ‘Check in and Chat’ calls, delivering prescriptions and food shopping for those unable to leave their homes.
The scheme has also recently been extended to support the vaccination rollout.
The monarch and Duchess of Cornwall, who are Patron and President of the RVS…