Watch The very touching way Princess Margaret used to describe her sister the Queen

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Author, The Reality of Monarchy, Andrew Duncan makes a spectacular reveal. 


The Queen’s leadership quality has been remarkably appreciated by royal fans especially in the case of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s resignation from Royal duties that came as a shock to fans and members of the Royal family.


Here’s what royal sister, Princess Margaret has to say about the Queen written by Andrew Duncan for Radio Times ahead of Thursday’s night Inside the Crown: Secrets of the Royals, on ITV.


According to Andrew, she said:

“My sister has an aura. I’m enormously impressed when she walks into a room. It’s a kind of magic.” Margaret, who was interviewed by author in the late 1960s, added: “In my own humble way I’ve always tried to take some of the burden off my sister.” She continued: “She can’t do it all … and I leap at the opportunity to help. Sometimes it can be very formal and boring, but I’ve got a reflex against that now. It’s very much up to one not to be bored. My friends used to tease me and call it my ‘acid-drop’ expression… I’m much nicer in old age,” Margaret said. She also suggested that the future success of the monarchy depended on the royal family producing “nicely brought up young people”. 

Princess Margaret passed away at the age of 71 after a brief illness in the Queen’s Golden Jubilee year of 2002.


Her obituary in the New York Times read:

“Attractive and fun-loving, Princess Margaret earned a reputation in her youth as a free spirit. But her 20s were clouded by an unlucky romance with Group Capt. Peter Townsend of the Royal Air Force, a Battle of Britain hero with whom she fell in love when he served as an equerry to her father, King George VI.” 

Watch Netflix’s The Crown series to catch up with Princess Magaret’s life – rekindling public interest in the princess, who was known for her glamorous lifestyle and whip-smart tongue.


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