Queen Elizabeth II has made a firm of eight which does not include Prince Harry, Meghan Markle, Princess Eugenie, Princess Beatrice, Prince Phillip, and Prince Andrew. The Firm of Eight is all about public appearances they need to make.
Queen disappointed with Meghan Markle and Prince Harry
The Firm of Eight does not include Prince Harry and Meghan Markle as they had stepped down as senior royals earlier this year. The Queen was disappointed with their move. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were loud and clear about their want of being financially independent, hence stepping down is important. The Megxit made quite chaos in the royal family.
The senior royals in the Firm of Eight
The Firm of Eight includes senior royals from the Royal Family. The firm of eight is created to make royal appearances in front of the citizens along with their cause. The firm includes the mandatory Queen Elizabeth II herself, Prince William, Kate Middleton, Prince Charles, Prince Edward, Countess Sophie of Wessex, Duchess Camilla of Cornwall, and Prince Anne.
The Queen’s Rule
The Queen has a rule of herself which is “one must be seen to be believed”, and this is the sole thing for which the Firm of Eight takes an oath to carry out. The firm of eight had a picture together for the first time last week, Kate Middleton and Prince William wrapped up a royal train tour through which they thanked the essential workers during the times of Covid-19 pandemic.
The Traditional Christmas
The royal family will be celebrating their Christmas this year at a distance. The Queen is upset about the fact that none will be able to come together to celebrate their traditional Christmas. They plan to join each other through zoom call.