Members of the Royal Family have reportedly agreed a rota to visit the Queen ahead of her birthday”.
It comes as the Queen, who turns 95, continues to mourn the loss of her husband, Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh.
A source told the Mirror : “The Queen will not be alone.
“She will have others who care about her deeply and want to be there to support her in her most pressing hour.
“In typical fashion the Queen has insisted she is coping and despite the suggestion she had prepared herself for this day to come, everyone is well aware there is nothing like the experience when it comes.”
Among those poised to visit are daughter Princess Anne, daughters-in-law the Duchess of Cornwall and the Countess of Wessex, supported by the Duchess of Cambridge.
Sophie is being described as a great source of comfort to the Queen, who has been visiting the Queen at Windsor in the days following Philip’s death.
She was pictured in the service with her face mask pulled down around her chin and looked to be wiping her nose with a tissue.
Judi James, author and body language expert, said the royals appeared “surprised at how hard Philip’s death had hit them” during the service on Saturday afternoon.
The monarch, who turns 95 next week, looked “very vulnerable and frail” as she arrived for the service, but remained “the most animated royal”, Ms James said.
“When she was sitting in her seat at the chapel she was wearing a…