The ‘Magnificent Seven’ Taking Over from the Queen

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‘The ‘Magnificent Seven’ Taking Over from the Queen’

Although the Queen was recently seen taking part in light official duties, her diary has been scaled down to let her recuperate, according to palace officials.

The ‘Magnificent Seven’ will be helping with royal duties while the Queen rests until Spring.

Her Majesty’s children and grandchildren are now stepping up to accommodate her schedule.

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