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"I think with a member of the Royal Family being effectively retired early, should Harry and Meghan not wish they be part of whole circus there's nearly a path for them now", Prince Charles" biographer Robert Jobson told Hierpodcast.
Queen Elizabeth put in a total of 67 days while Charles worked a total of 125 days.
Whether you're a big fan of the royal family or not, there's no doubt that being a member of "The Firm" involves more than sitting on thrones and wearing tiaras.
The monarch was joined by her daughter-in-law Sophie, the Countess of Wessex in her vehicle, while the church service also attracted her children Prince Charles, Prince Edward, and Princess Anne.
The figures of the family's public work were compiled and published Monday by Britain's Press Association.
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While naturally confident and well-mannered, the performance of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's daughter may have been partly due to a "dress rehearsal" a few days earlier.
Princess Charlotte loved the flowers given to her by a member of the crowd. His wife, Kate, worked 58 days.
The 93-year-old was joined by several members of the royal family for the outing, and was accompanied in her auto by daughter-in-law Sophie, Countess of Wessex.
Noticeably absent from the outing was the Queen's husband, Prince Philip. Prince Andrew, who fulfilled 274 appearances in 2019, has been forced to retire from public life due to Jeffrey Epstein scandal, so will not contribute in 2020.
Before retiring from royal duties, Prince Andrew attended 274 engagements. She spent time on maternity leave following the birth in May of her and Prince Harry's first child, son Archie. "This is a mission that Meghan has been on for a long time", an insider told the Daily Telegraph.