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Princess Anne is praised by the audience for her strong work ethic


Spectators praised hardworking Princess Anne after gaining a glimpse of her hectic schedule in the extensive ITV documentary about the queen's daughter – with one that she branded as "the future queen who will never be".

Princess Royal, 69, who lives with her husband Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence, 65, on her estate in Gloucestershire, Gatcombe Park, has been persecuted by the filmmakers behind Anne for more than a year: The Princess Royal at 70.

The documentary was released before the king's 70th birthday in August and contains invisible family material and conversations with the princess herself, her children and her husband.

The users of Twitters wanted to greet Anne for her strong work ethic while watching the program, in which the princess quipped: "Slow? I thought I was slowing down. & # 39;

Spectators praised hardworking Princess Anne (pictured) after gaining insight into her hectic schedule in the extensive ITV documentary about the Queen's daughter

The Princess Royal (pictured at an investiture earlier this year), 69, who lives with her husband, Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence, 65, on her estate in Gloucestershire, Gatcombe Park, has been the filmmaker behind Anne for more than a year: The Princess Royal tracks at 70

The Princess Royal (pictured at an investiture earlier this year), 69, who lives with her husband, Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence, 65, on her estate in Gloucestershire, Gatcombe Park, has been the filmmaker behind Anne for more than a year: The Princess Royal tracks at 70

The documentary was released before the king's 70th birthday in August and contains invisible family material and conversations with the princess herself, her children and her husband. Pictured: A person's Twitter response to the program

The documentary was released before the king's 70th birthday in August and contains invisible family material and conversations with the princess herself, her children and her husband. Pictured: A person's Twitter response to the program

A fan tweeted: & # 39; Delighted #PrincessAnne gets positive advertising. For me, she should be next on the throne. She is intelligent, loyal, hardworking and down to earth. A definitive role model for future generations. & # 39;

Another said: "I see HRH Princess Anne, The Princess Royal on ITV … One of my favorite queens. Hardworking, sincere, fun and family oriented. Happy Birthday, Your Highness! & # 39;

A third added: "Princess Anne … what a legend … others could make it worse than following her example", while another wrote: "Princess Anne is the future queen who will never be Is not it?" Let's face it, the woman is committed. "

Known as the "hardest working king", the Princess Royal has carried out around 500 public engagements annually for half a century.

When asked whether someone asked the princess whether she should slow down before her 70th birthday, her daughter Zara Tindall, 39, said: "Good luck!"

Response: Royal fans and Twitters users wanted to greet Anne for her strong work ethic when watching the program

Response: Royal fans and Twitters users wanted to greet Anne for her strong work ethic when watching the program

The Princess Royal (pictured on the program), known as the “hardest working queen”, has carried out around 500 public engagements annually for half a century

The Princess Royal (pictured on the program), known as the “hardest working queen”, has carried out around 500 public engagements annually for half a century

When asked if someone raised the question before the princess' 70th birthday whether Anne (pictured) should slow down, her daughter Zara Tindall (39) said: "Good luck!"

When asked if someone raised the question before the princess' 70th birthday whether Anne (pictured) should slow down, her daughter Zara Tindall (39) said: "Good luck!"

& # 39; slower? I thought I had slowed down, ”answers Anne when she asks a similar question.

"I think what's annoying is that after all this time you should have learned something. And I think that's important – before you become irrelevant, ”she added.

During the program, viewers are offered an amusing moment between Princess Anne and her mother, the Queen.

When Her 94-year-old Majesty participated in her first public video call last month to assist nation's carers, it was Princess Anne who helped her mother set up Webex.

Anne asks Her Majesty: "Can you see everyone? You should have six people on your screen. & # 39;

When the queen took her first public video call last month to support the nation's caregivers, it was Princess Anne (pictured) who helped her mother

When the queen took her first public video call last month to support the nation's caregivers, it was Princess Anne (pictured) who helped her mother

In the ITV documentary on the King's 70th birthday, Anne asks Her Majesty (pictured): “Can you see everyone? You should have six people on your screen. & # 39;

In the ITV documentary on the King's 70th birthday, Anne asks Her Majesty (pictured): “Can you see everyone? You should have six people on your screen. & # 39;

When the queen replies: "Yes, I can see four anyway", the princess quickly remarks: "You don't really need me. You know what I look like! & # 39;

The amusing clip made royal fans praise Anne for her humorous antics. A social media user wrote: “You are amused. Awesome, "while another added," Bring a smile to my face! "

A third said: & # 39; Awesome. Princess Anne is great and it was nice to watch the Queen lockdown. I can't wait to see that. & # 39;

At the beginning of the clip, which took place during National Carers' Week, Anne waits for her mother to answer the call from Windsor Castle.

The amusing clip made royal fans praise Anne for her humorous antics. A social media user wrote: “You are amused. Awesome, "while another added," Bring a smile to my face! "

"This is Tom," said the Queen's Deputy Private Secretary, Tom Laing-Baker, as the couple tunes in. "I'm just going to introduce Her Majesty the Queen."

Then you hear Anne say: & # 39; Ah. Good morning in Windsor ”before the queen replies,“ Good morning. I am very happy that I could join you. & # 39;

The Queen attended the June conference call with four caregivers across the UK who were responsible for caring for the family during the coronavirus crisis.

The monarch spoke from a living room in the castle and listened to the women for 20 minutes, what they had experienced, and asked questions about the pressure they were subjected to.

In the documentary, Anne also reveals her views on one of the most popular social media platforms, Twitter, and says, "I wouldn't get close if you paid me openly."

In the documentary Princess Royal: Anne at 70, which airs before her birthday in August, Anne (pictured) shows her views on one of the most popular social media platforms, Twitter, and says, "I wouldn't get close, if you paid me honestly & # 39;

In the documentary Princess Royal: Anne at 70, which airs before her birthday in August, Anne (pictured) shows her views on one of the most popular social media platforms, Twitter, and says, "I wouldn't get close, if you paid me honestly & # 39;

Elsewhere, Zara Tindall and brother Peter Phillips (pictured) spoke in the documentary about their mother's relationship with her daughters

Elsewhere, Zara Tindall and brother Peter Phillips (pictured) spoke in the documentary about their mother's relationship with her daughters

Many royals, including Prince Charles, Prince William and Prince Harry, all have social media accounts, but Princess Anne's work is shared across the Queen's royal family platforms.

On social media, Anne comments, "With online technology … it's one thing to be in touch, but it's not quite the same thing. The ability to meet people makes the difference.

"I mean, I know what Twitter is, but I wouldn't get close if you paid me openly. But that's a slightly different topic. & # 39;

Elsewhere, Zara and brother Peter Phillips documented their mother's relationship with her daughters in the documentary.

Zara, 39, shares Mia Grace, six, and Lena Elizabeth, two, with husband Mike. Peter, 42, is the father of Savannah, nine, and Isla, eight, and the siblings said that their mother loves having their daughters for lunch on Sundays – it turns out to be very convenient for them.

The Princess Royal, who turns 70 on August 15, joked, however, that her family had not yet accepted her offer of home tuition and "outdoor learning" for the children.

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