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Roya Nikkhah told ITV’s Lorraine that Princess Anne has been campaigning for the environment as long as Prince Charles has. The programme’s host Christine Lampard and the royal expert also discussed the fact Queen Elizabeth II’s daughter is editing the Country Life magazine.
Ms Lampard said: “She is very passionate about the countryside and protecting our rural life.
“I know she is editing the Country Life magazine, isn’t she?
“There is passion there.”
Ms Nikkhah replied: “There is passion, she is guest editor of Country Life which comes out today.
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“She has written a 2,000 word leader on her vision for the future of the countryside, her campaigning views on food, waste, energy, all of this.
“She really knows her stuff, we think of the Prince of Wales as the great campaigner for the country side but Anne has been doing it for just as long.”
During the same show the royal expert stated that Princess Anne has committed her life to serving the Royal Family from the shadows by following in the footsteps of her mother the Queen and Prince Philip.
Ms Nikkhah said: “The Princess Royal has just been on this path of service and duty for 50 years now.
“She’s been campaigning for women and her work with Save the Children.
“We forget that because the Princess Royal does not get as much media attention as other members of the Royal Family do, and she’s very happy with that, how much she had done.
“And how much pioneering and forward-thinking work she has been doing for the past 50 years.”
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The royal expert continued: “There’s so much of her mother in her, that dedication to duty, the determination to shine a spotlight on things without making a big fuss.
“It’s all about other people with Princess Anne, she’s not interested in how much attention she gets herself.
“She’s very economic with her time, she wants to be efficient, she wants to be dutiful.
“She doesn’t really care what other people think.”
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