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The queen has chosen Sophie Wessex as her & # 39; favorite & # 39; daughter-in-law, because of her calming presence, claims a royal spring. Pictured: the monarch with Prince Edward's wife at Royal Ascot in June 2019
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Sophie Wessex is the Queen's "favorite" daughter-in-law and is trusted in ways that are not the Duchess of Cornwall and the Duchess of Cambridge, claims a royal insider.

"She is trusted and trusted by the Queen in a way I cannot say applied to the Duchess of Cambridge or the Duchess of Cornwall. She is like another daughter of Her Majesty, they are so close, & # 39; told a high royal assistant The sun.

It is often Sophie who is chosen to travel with the queen when she attends church services in Sandringham or Balmoral.

The queen has chosen Sophie Wessex as her & # 39; favorite & # 39; daughter-in-law, because of her calming presence, claims a royal spring. Pictured: the monarch with Prince Edward's wife at Royal Ascot in June 2019

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The queen has chosen Sophie Wessex as her & # 39; favorite & # 39; daughter-in-law, because of her calming presence, claims a royal spring. Pictured: the monarch with Prince Edward's wife at Royal Ascot in June 2019

Prince Edward's wife, 54, wins the coveted spot while the prince finds her presence soothing & # 39; and like & # 39; completely calm for the church & # 39; is.

"Who gets the back seat is also one of those quirky royal manners that indicates who is in favor – for example, that Princess Anne might be staying at the same time, but how often do you see her in the Rolls?" Said the insider.

It is believed that the mother of two is now regarded by the queen as the safest pair of hands of the royal family, since her marriage to Prince Edward has lasted, while Charles, Anne and Andrew are all divorced.

The close bond of the Queen and Sophie is said to be due to their similar interests, with the couple often spending Saturday or Sunday nights together in Windsor, watching old war films and historical documentaries.

The Duchess of Cambridge shows her Back to Nature garden to the Queen at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show in May 2019
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The Duchess of Cambridge shows her Back to Nature garden to the Queen at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show in May 2019

The Duchess of Cambridge shows her Back to Nature garden to the Queen at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show in May 2019

The Queen and the Duchess of Cornwall at the Braemar Royal Highland meeting at the Princess Royal and Duke of Fife Memorial Park, Braemar, earlier this month

The Queen and the Duchess of Cornwall at the Braemar Royal Highland meeting at the Princess Royal and Duke of Fife Memorial Park, Braemar, earlier this month

The Queen and the Duchess of Cornwall at the Braemar Royal Highland meeting at the Princess Royal and Duke of Fife Memorial Park, Braemar, earlier this month

Sophie, who was raised in Kent by a father of a tire manufacturer and a secretary mother, is even believed to have convinced the queen to watch The Crown – suggesting that she might enjoy the Netflix series based on her lordship.

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The close relationship is far from the unrest that the countess followed early in her marriage, when she still had her own PR consultancy.

A & # 39; royals for rent & # 39; storm was fueled after she posed alongside a Rover 75 at the Frankfurt Motor Show, after having won a £ 250,000 contract to publish it.

Sophie Wessex, 54, married to the youngest son of the queen, Prince Edward, Count of Wessex, 55, lives in Bagshot Park in Surrey, with their two children James, Viscount Severn, 11, and Lady Louise Windsor, 15. She was seen in Wimbledon in July

Sophie Wessex, 54, married to the youngest son of the queen, Prince Edward, Count of Wessex, 55, lives in Bagshot Park in Surrey, with their two children James, Viscount Severn, 11, and Lady Louise Windsor, 15. She was seen in Wimbledon in July

Sophie Wessex, 54, married to the youngest son of the queen, Prince Edward, Count of Wessex, 55, lives in Bagshot Park in Surrey, with their two children James, Viscount Severn, 11, and Lady Louise Windsor, 15. She was seen in Wimbledon in July

Sophie Wessex and Prince Edward, seen in July, live their lives largely out of the spotlight and chose not to style their children as prince and princesses

Sophie Wessex and Prince Edward, seen in July, live their lives largely out of the spotlight and chose not to style their children as prince and princesses

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Sophie Wessex and Prince Edward, seen in July, live their lives largely out of the spotlight and chose not to style their children as prince and princesses

But Sophie's determination ensured that she took on full-time royal duties and embraced rural pursuits that were loved by the royals, such as horseback riding, fishing, shooting and carriage rides.

It was revealed last month that Queen Sophie had reserved & # 39; as a & # 39; secret ally & # 39; from the Duchess of Sussex.

Sophie, who is married to the Queen's youngest son, Count of Wessex, 55, lives in Bagshot Park in Surrey, with their two children James, Viscount Severn, 11, and Lady Louise Windsor, 15.

It was revealed last month that Queen Sophie had reserved & # 39; as a & # 39; secret ally & # 39; of the Duchess of Sussex, after spending last year together at Royal Ascot, in the photo

It was revealed last month that Queen Sophie had reserved & # 39; as a & # 39; secret ally & # 39; of the Duchess of Sussex, after spending last year together at Royal Ascot, in the photo

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It was revealed last month that Queen Sophie had reserved & # 39; as a & # 39; secret ally & # 39; of the Duchess of Sussex, after spending last year together at Royal Ascot, in the photo

Speak against Grazia, a source said: & # 39; The Queen loves the idea that Sophie is an unofficial mentor for Meghan.

& # 39; Sophie is often in Windsor and takes the children on the horses of the queen and plays in the castle. It is a quiet lifestyle, very much like Harry and Meghan want for their little one. & # 39;

According to the magazine, the two duchesses get along very well with each other, after spending together last year at Royal Ascot.

The competition would be a particularly ideal, since both women have successful careers and would like to offer their children a private life with an abundance of outdoor activities.

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