Queen Elizabeth

Queen Elizabeth gets Zoom lesson from Princess Anne in clip from new ITV documentary

When she was taking part in her first public video call last month, her daughter Princess Anne helped her with Zoom.

The adorable exchange features in ITV's upcoming royal documentary celebrating Anne's 70th birthday, Mail Online reports.

In the clip, posted on Twitter by ITV's royal editor Chris Ship, Anne asks the Queen: "Can you see everybody? You should have six people on your screen."

She replies: "Yes, well I can see four anyway."

Anne's amusing response: "Actually, you don't need me. You know what I look like."

Prince Philip to step down from carrying out royal engagements

Prince Philip, who turns 96 in June, made the decision himself and the Queen supported him, a spokesman said.

"I'm sorry to hear you're standing down", one man told him at a royal lunch on Thursday. "Well, I can't stand up much," the duke quipped.

The duke will attend already scheduled engagements between now and August but will not accept new invitations.

The Queen "will continue to carry out a full programme of official engagements", the palace said.

Queen Elizabeth misses New Year's Day church service

Despite her absence at church, the monarch is "up" and "working" Sunday, a royal source told CNN. The source added that the Queen is "taking red boxes," a reference to the famous red boxes that contain government documents and other information and business pertaining to her role as head of state.

Queen Elizabeth II: Longest-reigning monarch by the numbers

Here is a look at Elizabeth II by the numbers:

89: Age

April 21, 1926: Date of birth

25: Age she became queen

63: Years as British monarch

1945: Elizabeth learns how to drive.

November 20, 1947: Elizabeth II marries His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.

1953: Elizabeth II attends her first football match (FA Cup Final).

PM O’Neill has audience with Queen Elizabeth

The audience took place in what is known as the “White Room” in the castle and afforded the Queen and the Prime Minister an opportunity to share perspectives of significance for Papua New Guinea and the Commonwealth.

The Prime Minister said it is not protocol to discuss the specific details of the audience with Her Majesty, but he said he was again impressed the Queen’s depth of knowledge and fondness for Papua New Guinea.

“Her Majesty is very familiar with the history as well as current developments in Papua New Guinea,” PM O’Neill said.