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Proud granddaughter Princess Eugenie praises video message from Queen

Proud granddaughter Princess Eugenie praises Queen’s video message as ‘brilliant start’ to COP26 and ‘applauds’ her tribute to Prince Philip

  • Princess Eugenie shared Queen’s video message at COP26 summit on Monday
  • Royal, 31, took to Instagram and posted a clapping hands emoji alongside the clip
  • Also marked moment when monarch praised the work of Prince Charles and William


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Princess Eugenie supported her grandmother the Queen, praising her video message for being a ‘brilliant start’ to the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference.

The mother-of-one, 31, took Instagram and posted a clapping emoji alongside a video of Her Majesty’s impassioned speech to representatives at Monday’s COP26 summit, where she urged world leaders to “deserve a place in history” and “heed the call of those future generations.” reply’.

In another slide shared with her stories, Eugenie highlighted in green a quote from the monarch’s speech posted to Clarence House’s social media page.

In a video message, Her Majesty The Queen said: “It is a source of great pride to me that the leading role my husband played in encouraging people to protect our fragile planet lives on through the work of our eldest son. Karel and his eldest son Willem. I couldn’t be more proud of them.”’

Princess Eugenie, 31, supported her grandmother the Queen, praising her video message for being a 'brilliant start' to the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference. Pictured, at Royal Maundy Service, St George's Chapel in Windsor on April 18, 2019

Princess Eugenie, 31, supported her grandmother the Queen, praising her video message for being a ‘brilliant start’ to the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference. Pictured, at Royal Maundy Service, St George’s Chapel in Windsor on April 18, 2019

The mum-of-one, 31, took to Instagram and posted a clapping hands emoji alongside a video of Her Majesty's impassioned speech to representatives at Monday's COP26 summit (pictured)

The mum-of-one, 31, took to Instagram and posted a clapping hands emoji alongside a video of Her Majesty's impassioned speech to representatives at Monday's COP26 summit (pictured)

The mum-of-one, 31, took to Instagram and posted a clapping hands emoji alongside a video of Her Majesty’s impassioned speech to representatives at Monday’s COP26 summit (pictured)

The Queen’s granddaughter then added another applauding emoji alongside a screenshot of the original message.

The monarch, who had to miss the conference after her hospital stay last month, told leaders via video “to rise above the politics of the moment and achieve true statecraft” as government representatives attended the reception for the 26th climate change conference of the United Nations. United Nations. Change Conference in Glasgow.

She went on to say that “none of us will live forever” and “we are not doing this for ourselves, but for our children and our children’s children, and those who will follow in their footsteps,” urging leaders to achieve a decisive COP climate change offers.

In her most personal speech yet, the Queen also paid tribute to Prince Philip, describing how “the impact of the environment on human progress” was a subject close to her “dear late husband” – who died in 1969. one meeting said: ‘If we can’t meet this challenge, all the other problems will be in vain.’

In another slide shared with her stories, Princess Eugenie highlighted in green a caption posted to Clarence House's social media page (pictured)

In another slide shared with her stories, Princess Eugenie highlighted in green a caption posted to Clarence House's social media page (pictured)

In another slide shared with her stories, Princess Eugenie highlighted in green a caption posted to Clarence House’s social media page (pictured)

During the speech, Her Majesty wore the glittering butterfly brooch, a gift from the Countess Dowager of Onslow during her marriage to the late Prince Philip, in 1947, and is rarely worn by the Royal Family.

It matched perfectly with a photo placed behind her on a table of Prince Philip surrounded by monarch butterflies, taken in Mexico in 1988.

The monarch has worn the piece less than a handful of times in recent years, opting for the brooch for a virtual engagement in the final days before Prince Philip’s 100th birthday.

She also wore the brooch to a church service in Sandringham in 2019.

Before that, the Queen hadn’t worn the glittering brooch since 2012, when she was the first to visit the Sandringham Women’s Institute.

Meanwhile, there was a statue behind her on a table of Prince Philip visiting Mexico in February 1988.

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