Princess Diana’s Favorite Daughter-in-Law Takes on Princess Elizabeth’s Favorite Daughter-in-Role Law’s

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Princess Diana’s Favorite Daughter-in-Law Takes on Princess Elizabeth’s Favorite Daughter-in-Role Law’s

During Princess Diana’s lifetime, she was a patron and member of over 100 organizations, and the role of patron is now being passed down to Queen Elizabeth II’s favorite daughter-in-law.

Continue reading to learn whose charity it is and who will succeed the late Princess of Wales as patron.

Which of Queen Elizabeth’s daughters-in-law is her favorite?

The queen is said to have a favorite daughter-in-law, but if you believe Camilla Parker Bowles is the one, you’re incorrect. Although the queen and the Duchess of Cornwall had a rough relationship in the past, they appear to get along well now. The monarch, on the other hand, is closer to her other daughter-in-law, Sophie, Countess of Wessex. Sophie has been married to Prince Edward, the queen’s youngest son, since 1999.

“To Her Majesty, she is like another daughter, they are so close,” a royal adviser told The Sun. “She converses with Sophie in the same way she conversed with Princess Margaret. Sophie has filled a void in the queen’s life created by the deaths of her sister and the Queen Mother in 2002.”

According to The Telegraph, royal biographer Robert Jobson remarked, “[The countess] is arguably the best example of an outsider coming into the family and learning on the job.” “She is the queen’s personal favorite.”

Princess Diana previously held the position she is taking over.

Sophie was named the next patron of the Wellbeing of Women in late May 2021, a position formerly held by Diana in the 1980s.

According to the charity’s website, it supports all aspects of women’s reproductive and gynecological health. Its goal is to “invest in ground-breaking research that saves and transforms lives.”

The Countess of Wessex discussed menstruation and menopause during a video conversation with the Express, saying: “We all talk about… This is a condensed version of the narrative. I hope you found it entertaining.

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