The late Queen's only daughter, Princess Anne, is famous for her dedication to her royal duties. She has worked to support many important causes for over five decades, including Save The Children, helping those with disabilities and supporting carers.
As a result of her unwavering efforts, The Princess Royal is consistently ranked as one of the hardest working royals every year.
One observation that is frequently made about Princess Anne is how much she resembles her late father, the Duke of Edinburgh, in his outlook, wit, stoicism and ability to read character.
It is this skill that a TV psychic has used to explain how the Princess could "see straight through Meghan Markle" when she joined the Royal Family.
When Prince Harry and Meghan Markle announced that they were stepping back from their roles as senior royals via Instagram in January 2020, it was said that Prince Philip was “spitting blood” when his aides told him the news.
But well-known TV psychic, Debbie Davies, told the Daily Star that Princess Anne “could see straight through” Meghan Markle when she first married into the Royal Family and explained why she felt there was always a “disaster waiting to happen.”
Debbie explained: "Princess Anne is fabulous, she just gives everything that she thinks away on her face.
"She doesn't need to say anything, you can see it in her eyes. You take one look at her and you can see what she's thinking, she's totally transparent."
She continued: "Princess Anne is just like her dad was, Prince Philip could see straight through Meghan Markle.
"He could see her for what she is and so could I, on their wedding day I just sat there shaking my head. I was stood there saying 'This is a complete and utter disaster waiting to happen'."
Debbie said that Meghan has a nerve to criticise the Royal Family and then turn up for the Jubilee celebrations.
"She has balls of steel, she can sit on that sofa with Oprah and say everything she's said about the Royal Family then arrive in this country to take part in the Jubilee celebrations, that's some brass neck that is," she said.
During an appearance in the documentary 'Anne: The Princess Royal at 70' to celebrate her landmark birthday in 2020, Anne offered her view on how royal life has changed for the younger working royals, such as The Prince and Princess of Wales.
"The pressure that is applied to the younger members of the family, it's always worse. That's what the media is interested in. That's hard sometimes to deal with. But there was no social media in my day, and it's probably made it more difficult."
“With online technology… being in touch is one thing but it’s not quite the same. The ability to meet people, that’s what makes the difference. I know what Twitter is, but I wouldn’t go anywhere near it if you paid me frankly. But that’s a slightly different issue.”
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