Princess Anne Sends Heartwarming Letter To 95-Year-Old Granny With Alzheimer’s

Date April 4, 2018

Recently, Princess Anne has made headlines by giving a rare interview in which she praised her mother, the Queen. The 67-year-old royal revealed that she admired her mom for her experience and the respect that allowed other male world leaders to discuss things that they would not normally share with women.

And here comes another heartwarming thing Princess Anne did a few days ago.


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95-year-old Lily from Middleborough had Alzheimer’s and thought that the Queen’s daughter had asked her to knit some items for her. So, she made a few creations and sent them to Buckingham Palace.


Just imagine her surprise when, a couple of weeks later, the grandma received a letter from the royal. It was signed by Captain Nick Wright, Princess’ Private Secretary. On behalf of Anne, he thanked Lily for three mufflers for the princess, her husband, and her daughter.

Her Royal Highness was touched that you had thought to knit these mufflers for her and her family and I am sure they will be very useful, particularly at her home in Gloucester.


What was Lily's reaction?

The royal also sent the woman best wishes for the future. It’s no wonder Lily’s whole family was delighted when they got to know that Anne enjoyed the gifts.

Lily’s granddaughter said that her grandma was over the moon. And we hope her scarfs will keep the royals warm in cold weather.

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