The queen only answers her “anti-hacker encryption” phone to speak to two of her most frequent calls, a royal commentator has claimed.
The 95-year-old monarch receives a frequent number of calls. Although when someone calls the royal residence, it is not the Queen who picks up the phone, it is a member of staff.
The Queen is said to have been equipped with a phone protected by a “highly encrypted anti-hacking mechanism” set up by MI6.
Royal commentator Jonathan Sacerdoti was reported to have said that “the Queen uses the phone to keep in touch with the Royal Family, but there are only two people who have instant access to the monarch.”
In a conversation with US presenter Christina Garibaldi, Sacerdoti lifted the lid on the Queen’s dialing habits and revealed that there are two people she answers to, and neither are her children.
Royally US host Christina Garibaldi asked, “We also have information on who Queen talks to the most. Right?
“I think it’s your daughter, Princess Anne, right?”
In response, Jonathan Sacerdoti said the Queen uses a mobile phone with anti-hacker encryption and only answers when called by her daughter, Princess Anne, and her racing manager, John Warren.