The Queen’s one very strict rule for Prince William and Harry revealed

Isabelle Casey

This is the secret queen Known behind the walls of Buckingham Palace as ‘the boss’ and it has now been revealed that Her Majesty has strict rules for her grandchildren regarding their mobile phones.

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Excerpted from his new book, Elizabeth: An Intimate Portrait by Gyles Brandrethset to be published in December, royal confidant reported to MailOnline that’s not all The Queen has her own mobile phone, but she does not, under any circumstances, allow the young royals to bring their mobile devices to the dinner table.

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In the article, he explained: “She has her own mobile phone, and obliging grandchildren are ready to show her how it works. She understood ‘texting’, although this was somewhat defeated by ‘applications’. And she does not allow her grandson to bring his ‘tool’ to the dining table, under any circumstances.”

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Despite the strict rules behind closed doors, the late Queen was known for having a very special relationship with his grandson and in a sweet moment in 2006 was made Prince William break his patience while standing on the Sovereign’s Parade at The Royal Military Academy in Camberley.

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The Queen has a good relationship with her grandchildren

In a series of photographs that were excavated, Prince of Wales seen with a wry smile on his face as the Queen passed by.

The fellow cadets had a look of patience on their faces, meaning William’s emotions were more prominent. We wonder what Her Majesty, known for a great sense of humor, said William broke into laughter.

Prince William could not contain himself

The king too, had a grin on his face, clearly knowing what he was doing. William was 34 at the time, and he marched with 227 other cadets, wearing a black uniform with a red sash.

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His then girlfriend, now his wife, Princess Kate was sitting in the audience to watch William’s graduation.

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