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The three children of Prince William and Kate speak to the queen, 93, and the Duke of Edinburgh, 98, “as often as possible,” the source said. George, six, and Charlotte, four, phoned their great-grandmother and sent “talkative videos.”

This is because the Cambridges are based in their home at Anmer Hall in Norfolk.

George, Charlotte and Prince Louis, one, also “spoke” with their grandfather, Prince Charles, 71, who has recently recovered from a coronavirus and lives in his home in Birkahll, Scotland.

The source told The Sun: “Kate Middleton ensures that Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis speak to the Queen, known as” Gan Gan “, and to Prince Philip as often as possible.

“The two seniors are talking on the phone or sending chatty videos to Windsor.

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Prince George and Princess Charlotte allegedly sent “talkative videos” to the Queen (Image: GETTY)

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Prince William and Kate’s three children talk to the Queen “as often as possible” (Image: GETTY)

“Prince Charles is also very in touch with the Cambridge trio.

“They like to chat with grandpa Charles and get lots of very useful advice from him about animals and flowers, and talk to him about lambs, squirrels, highland cattle, etc.”

The children of Cambridge melted their hearts when they participated in the first Clap for our Carers tribute in March.

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Queen takes social distance at Windsor Castle with Prince Philip (Image: PA)

George, Charlotte and Louis joined the country to applaud NHS workers in a shared video on Kensington Palace social media accounts.

Meanwhile, Kate and William called two hospitals last week as part of their latest demonstration of support for front-line staff.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge spoke to staff at Monklands University Hospital in Scotland and Queen’s Burton Hospital in the Midlands.

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Kate and William called two hospitals last week during their last demonstration of support for front-line staff (Image: PA)

In other royal news, the Queen urged the country to “stay united and resolute” in a speech to the nation on Sunday evening.

The monarch thanked NHS staff, caregivers, and others playing critical roles.

She said, “I also want to thank those of you who stay at home, helping to protect vulnerable families and saving many families the pain already felt by those who have lost loved ones.

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Queen urged country to “stay united and purposeful” in speech to nation on Sunday evening (Image: BUCKINGHAM PALACE)

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Monarch thanked NHS staff, social workers, and others playing critical roles (Image: BUCKINGHAM PALACE)

“Together we are fighting this disease, and I want to reassure you that if we stay united and resolute, we will overcome it. “

The head of state also turned to his own experiences, describing how in 1940 she gave her first radio show to evacuees after being sent to Windsor Castle with her sister Princess Margaret during the Blitz.

She said, “It reminds me of the very first show I did in 1940 with the help of my sister.

“As children, we spoke from here in Windsor to children who had been evacuated from their homes and returned for their own safety.

“Today, again, many will experience a painful feeling of separation from their loved ones. But now, as then, we know, deep down, that this is the right thing to do. “

The Queen then referred to the words of Dame Vera Lynn’s song from World War II, We will see each other again, saying, “We should be reassured that even if we have more to endure, better days will come: we will be with our friends again; we will be with our families again; we’ll see each other again. ”


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