When people first meet Queen, she utilises a two-word method to put them at ease

When people first meet Queen, she utilises a two-word method to put them at ease

When people first meet Queen, she utilises a two-word method to put them at ease

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When individuals first meet the Queen, it is reported that she uses a two-word method to put them at ease.
Her Majesty has met many people over her reign, and the list will continue to grow in the run-up to her Platinum Jubilee festivities.

According to author Julia Donaldson, when meeting new individuals, the Queen employs a strategy that helps her retain essential facts while also making them feel at ease.

Ms Donaldson, author of the well-known children’s book The Gruffalo, met Her Majesty in 2019 when she was awarded a CBE in the Queen’s honours.

She told Whimn: “I was told the Queen goes through the potted biographies with a yellow marker and just two words get highlighted.

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“So when you’re summoned, the equerry shows her the words.” ‘Oh, so you’re a writer,’ she remarked as I performed my little curtsey. You’re quite well-liked.’

“I started off thinking ‘writer/popular…’ that had to be my two words.”

Ms Donaldson stated that the Monarch will visit with “75 persons each session” for the CBE ceremony.

She added that she was “full of admiration” for the Queen as “she’s on her feet the whole time”.

Her Majesty’s method of remembering the individuals she meets helps her to maintain standards while also adding a personal touch to every engagement she has with others.

It also allows her to put people at ease when they are confronted with meeting her since they realise she is aware of who they are and can converse with them.

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