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Entertainment The sweet name Sophie, Countess of Wessex, has for Queen Elizabeth

01:25  01 november  2019
01:25  01 november  2019 Source:   honey.nine.com.au

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Sophie , Countess of Wessex , GCVO DStJ (born Sophie Helen Rhys-Jones; 20 January 1965), is a member of the British royal family. She is the wife of Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex

SOPHIE , the Countess of Wessex , let slip the adorable nickname she has for her mother-in-law, the Queen , during a speech at a palace event last night. Prince Edward’s wife revealed the affectionate name she calls the monarch during at a reception to celebrate the work of the Queen ’s Diamond

Elizabeth II et al. posing for the camera: Sophie, Countess of Wessex, attends a reception inside Buckingham Palace with Queen Elizabeth.© The Royal Family Sophie, Countess of Wessex, attends a reception inside Buckingham Palace with Queen Elizabeth. Queen Elizabeth has joined Sophie, the Countess of Wessex, at a reception inside Buckingham Palace.

The event was in support of The Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Trust, as the charitable foundation prepares to close in 2020.

Sophie is Vice Patron of the Trust, which was set up in 2012 with two main goals: to tackle the issue of avoidable blindness and empower a new generation of leaders through The Queen's Young Leader's programme.

Speaking at the reception, the Countess described travelling on behalf of the Queen, to see the Trust's work in practice.

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The Queen 's daughter-in-law Sophie , the Countess of Wessex , just might be the most stylish royal you haven't heard of yet. The Countess has had her share of scandals, but now, she's She also supports the Queen at events both in the U.K. and abroad and is present at a number of royal events

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Sophie, 54, also revealed the sweet way she addresses the Queen, calling her mother-in-law "mama".

"Mama, when I have returned from my travels I have been so proud to share with you the work I have witnessed being carried out under the umbrella of the Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Trust and the care of so many people working so hard to save and cure sight," the Countess said.

Elizabeth II, John Major standing next to a person in a suit and tie: Queen Elizabeth and Sophie, Countess of Wessex, at Buckingham Palace.© The Royal Family Queen Elizabeth and Sophie, Countess of Wessex, at Buckingham Palace.

"Each time you have listened with interest and been eager to hear of how the work is going, and each time I have been stunned as you have shared with me your deep knowledge of each of these countries, not top level observations, but personal experience, demonstrating to me time and again the real affection you have for all people of the Commonwealth and why that affection is so abundantly returned by them to you."

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Queen Elizabeth and Sophie , Countess of Wessex share a close bond — and it’s reflected in what Sophie calls the monarch, who just happens to be The royal women joined forces for a Buckingham Palace reception celebrating the work of the Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Trust to prevent

One of Sophie's focuses through her work within the royal family is the prevention of blindness in developing countries. Her own daughter, Lady Louise, was born prematurely and suffered exotropia - a condition which turns the eyes outwards. Lady Louise can now see without any issues following a series of corrective operations.

Frederik, Crown Prince of Denmark et al. that are talking to each other: Sophie, Countess of Wessex, and Queen Elizabeth share a special relationship. © Getty Sophie, Countess of Wessex, and Queen Elizabeth share a special relationship.

Sophie, who is married to the Queen's youngest son Prince Edward, is long-rumoured to be Her Majesty's "favourite".

"The Countess is a favourite with the Queen," Ingrid Seward wrote for The Telegraph.

Sophie is frequently seen at Her Majesty's side and recently spent an extended amount of time with the monarch at Balmoral during the summer months. The Earl and Countess of Wessex, and their children Lady Louise and James, Viscount Severn, holidayed in the Scottish Highlands with the Queen and Prince Philip for more than a week.

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Prince Edward's wife, Sophie , the Countess of Wessex is an under-the-radar royal style icon. She is known as the Countess of Wessex . Sophie and Edward at the wedding of Prince Carl Philip The Countess has had her share of scandals, but now, she's thought to be one of the Queen 's favorite

"Lottie," and now, Sophie , Countess of Wessex revealed her nickname for Queen Elizabeth . At one point, she said, "Mama, when I have returned from my travels, I have been so proud to you the work I have witnessed being carried out under the umbrella of the Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee

"It is usually Sophie whom the Queen asks to share her car when she is being driven on non‑official occasions," Seward wrote.

"Over the years, the Queen's support and affection have boosted her confidence, and the bond between them is being keenly observed in royal circles."

While in 2017, royal biographer Robert Jobson told the publication: "She's very much the Queen's favourite, and you'll notice that whenever there is a family holiday or gathering, Sophie and Edward often stay a while longer than the rest".

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