Queen’s only two phone numbers, which she ‘always’ answers, are two ‘exposed’ numbers. He dials her number, and she answers!
According to a royal specialist, the Queen uses a “anti-hacker encrypted” mobile phone to communicate with her most frequent calls.
In the previous five decades of her reign, the Queen has witnessed technological advancements all around the world. Her Majesty’s phone has been fitted with a “highly encrypted anti-hacking device” devised by MI6 to prevent it from being hacked. The Queen communicates with the Royal Family via phone, but only two persons have quick access to the monarch, according to a royal expert.
“We also have information about who the Queen speaks to the most,” Royally US host Christina Garibaldi said. Right?“ I’m guessing it’s Princess Anne, isn’t it? “Yeah!” said royal commentator Jonathan Sacerdoti. The Queen is supposed to have two persons on her phone with whom she communicates the most, and she is also said to have a Samsung phone with MI6 anti-hacker encryption, which means no one can hack into her phone.
“However, her daughter Princess Anne and her racing manager John Warren are thought to be the two individuals she calls the most.
“He is the son-in-law of the late Earl of Carnarvon, a close friend of the Queen, and his house was High Claire Castle in Berkshire, better known to TV audiences as Downtown Abbey.”
“So this is presumably who can phone the Queen from anywhere in the world and have her answer his call.”
Her Majesty, who is 95 years old, has adapted to new technologies and social media in order to communicate with her family and the general public via social media updates.
She also improved her digital skills by performing multiple engagements via Zoom and other video call services during the pandemic.
According to sources in the Mail Online, Her Majesty set up her own secret Facebook account in 2017.
“The Queen also has an iPad and a laptop, and she has a personal Facebook account – though no one outside the Palace knows how many ‘Friends’ she has,” said expert Brian Hoey.
“She has her own cellphone, has learned to text, and her phone is one of the most advanced in the world.” It’s encrypted, just like the security services’ systems, and it’s believed to be impossible to break into.
“Brinkwire Summary News” states, “The royal mobile is kept fully charged at.”