THE Queen learns to use Zoom – thanks to a screen test given by Princess Anne.
A documentary to mark Anne’s 70th birthday next month shows her teaching her mother the tricks of the trade ahead of her first public video call.
An online preview shows Anne waiting for Her Maj, 94, to enter the Windsor Castle appeal.
Anne asks, “Can you see everyone? You should have six people on your screen. ”
The Queen replies, “Yes, I can see four anyway. ”
Anne jokes: “Actually, you don’t need me. You know what I look like!
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The call took place during National Caregivers Week in June – the Queen spoke to four caregivers from across Britain tasked with caring for families during the coronavirus crisis.
The Queen spent 20 minutes listening to the women about their experiences and asking questions about the pressures they face.
One fan said on Twitter: “We’re having fun. Impressive. “
- Princess Royal: Anne at 70 is on ITV at 9 p.m. tonight.
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