The Queen's official Twitter account, Royal Family, has shared news of an engagement carried out via phone by Prince Richard, the Duke of Gloucester. The tweet read: "The Duke of Gloucester, Colonel-in-Chief, held a telephone meeting with Major General Alan Hawley from the Royal Army Medical Corps (RAMC) this morning.
"The Duke received an update on the continued involvement of the Army Medical Services in the frontline Covid response."
The message was accompanied by a picture of the Duke on the phone.
The Royal Family Twitter account usually shares news and information about the Queen, the Wessexes and Princess Anne who don't have a personal social media account.
However, it sometimes features the work of other members of the Royal Family who often operate without fanfare behind the scenes.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
The Queen's Twitter account has shared news of an engagement carried out via phone by Prince Richard (Image: GETTY)
Prince Richard speaking with Major General Alan Hawley over the phone (Image: ROYAL FAMILY TWITTER)
The Duke of Gloucester is the Queen's first cousin and a full-time working royal.
The youngest grandchild of King George V and Queen Mary, he was born fifth in the line of succession to the throne, but was slowly pushed back by the birth of the Queen's children and grandchildren.
He currently is 27th in the line of succession to the throne.
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The Duchess and Duke of Gloucester arriving at St George's Chapel (Image: GETTY)
Despite not featuring as prominently as other working royals, the Duke of Gloucester is greatly committed to