Because of the corona crisis, working from home is not only mandatory for the ‘common man’, the British Queen Elizabeth also has to believe it.
So the 94-year-old monarch joined from the Oak Room at Windsor Palace at her first-ever official digital gathering with some caregivers.
And that, of course, went entirely according to the generous etiquette.
This meant that Elizabeth came in last and disappeared first. For example, it is stated in the rules for royal meetings, and Buckingham Palace chose to apply them digitally.
She took part in the video meeting that lasted about 45 minutes and discussed the problems that caregivers encounter during the corona crisis.
Her daughter Princess Anne also participated, British media reported Thursday.