Queen Elizabeth delivers speech at State Opening of Parliament
The Duke of Edinburgh passed away in April and the Queen made a return to in-person engagements as she met with world leaders at the G7 summit and attended a mini Trooping the Colour for her official birthday. The Queen also hosted US President Joe Biden and Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison separately at Windsor Castle.
Now, the Queen’s god-daughter Victoria Pyror – whose mother, Margaret Rohdes, was the monarch’s first cousin and close friend – said the Queen is coping well.
Ms Pryor told the Telegraph: “How lucky are all of us that at 95 she is still the best granny everybody has?”
She added how the Queen’s family would be helping her right now and said: “Charles will step in, William, Anne.
“They all have such high respect for her that she won’t be on her own at all.”
Queen hailed as hailed as monarch doesn’t do ‘poor me’
Queen’s god-daughter Victoria Pryor
Ms Pryor said her godmother is “made of stern stuff” and “doesn’t give in to ‘oh poor me’.”
The Queen’s goddaughter revealed how the Queen “looks after people” and even offered her mother a grace and favour when her husband was sick.
Ms Pryor said the Queen was a regular visitor to her mother’s house and would often pop in for an evening drink to “put the world to rights”.
Her comments come after Prince Edward said the Queen struggled with lockdown life over the past year.