Thursday 15 September 2022 11:59 PM Sophie Wessex to be given be a number of the Queen's royal patronages trends now

Thursday 15 September 2022 11:59 PM Sophie Wessex to be given be a number of the Queen's royal patronages trends now
Thursday 15 September 2022 11:59 PM Sophie Wessex to be given be a number of the Queen's royal patronages trends now

Thursday 15 September 2022 11:59 PM Sophie Wessex to be given be a number of the Queen's royal patronages trends now

Sophie Wessex is set to be given a number of the Queen's royal patronages as a gift from her late mother-in-law who saw her as a 'confidante' and 'second daughter', royal sources have claimed.

The Royal, who had a close bond with the late monarch, referred to her as 'Mama.' 

Sophie, 57, works tirelessly as patron of more than 70 charities and organisations and has been praised for her dedication to duty within the royal family.  

Royal sources told the Mirror that she could take over patronages including the Women's Institute and Dog's Trust. 

One said: 'The Queen and the countess had a fantastically warm and joyful relationship.

'Her Majesty admired Sophie's quiet sense of duty, her strong work ethic and the way she balanced her public and family lives. They also shared many of the same interests.'

The source added that the Queen's decision to pass the patronages on to Sophie is a reflection of their bond.

And they said that Sophie's popularity with the public has become clear. It is likely that under the reign of King Charles she will take on a larger public profile. 

Sophie, 57, pictured with the Queen at Ascot in 2019, works tirelessly as patron of more than 70 charities and organisations and has been praised for her dedication to duty within the royal family. Royal sources told the Mirror that she could take over patronages including the Women's Institute and Dog's Trust

 Sophie, 57, pictured with the Queen at Ascot in 2019, works tirelessly as patron of more than 70 charities and organisations and has been praised for her dedication to duty within the royal family. Royal sources told the Mirror that she could take over patronages including the Women's Institute and Dog's Trust

The source added that the Queen's decision to pass the patronages on to Sophie, pictured today at Manchester Cathedral, is a reflection of their bond

The source added that the Queen's decision to pass the patronages on to Sophie, pictured today at Manchester Cathedral, is a reflection of their bond

Sophie and the late monarch first became close in 2002 in the aftermath of the Queen losing her mother and sister within a short period of time.

The source said that the Queen trusted Sophie greatly and that they had the same sense of humour.

They also claimed that she enjoyed their chats and laughs as she used to do the same with her sister.   

The Countess of Wessex and the Queen were brought closer by the death of Sophie's mother in 2005 and Prince Philip last year. 

In the midst of the media attention attracted by Harry and Meghan, the source claimed that Sophie's common

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