October 5, 2022

Sophie, 57, pictured with the Queen at Ascot in 2019, works tirelessly as a patron of more than 70 charities and organizations and has been praised for her dedication to duty within the royal family.  Royal sources told the Mirror she could take on sponsorships including the Women's Institute and Dog's Trust

Sophie Wessex will be given a number of royal patronage

The Countess of Wessex tends to have a host of the Queen’s most valuable royal patrons as recognition of her “close friend”.

Royal, who had a close relationship with the late king, referred to her as “Mama”.

Sophie, 57, works tirelessly as a patron of more than 70 charities and organizations and has been praised for her dedication to duty within the royal family.

Ownership sources told Mirror They can take care of nepotism including the Women’s Institute and Dog’s Trust.

One said: “The relationship of the Queen and the Countess was fantastically warm and cheerful.

Her Majesty has admired Sophie’s calm sense of duty, her strong work ethic and the way she balances her public and family life. They also share many of the same interests.

The source added that the Queen’s decision to transfer Sophie’s sponsorship is a reflection of their relationship.

They said that Sophie’s popularity with the public has become apparent. It is probable that during the reign of King Charles it would have taken on a greater public place.

Sophie, 57, pictured with the Queen at Ascot in 2019, works tirelessly as a patron of more than 70 charities and organizations and has been praised for her dedication to duty within the royal family. Royal sources told the Mirror she could take on sponsorships including the Women’s Institute and Dog’s Trust

The source added that the Queen's decision to transfer sponsorship to Sophie, who is pictured today at Manchester Cathedral, is a reflection of their relationship.

The source added that the Queen’s decision to transfer sponsorship to Sophie, who is pictured today at Manchester Cathedral, is a reflection of their relationship.

Sophie and the late King, who were photographed together in 2019, first became close in 2002 following the Queen's loss of her mother and sister within a short time

Sophie and the late King, who were photographed together in 2019, first became close in 2002 following the Queen’s loss of her mother and sister within a short time

The source said the Queen trusts Sophie deeply and they both have the same sense of humour.  They also claimed that she enjoyed the chats and laughter because she used to do the same with her sister.  Pictured: The Queen with Sophie in 2008 at Sandringham

The source said the Queen trusts Sophie deeply and they both have the same sense of humour. They also claimed that she enjoyed the chats and laughter because she used to do the same with her sister. Pictured: The Queen with Sophie in 2008 at Sandringham

The source also said the Countess of Wessex was able to see that the royal revelations about Harry and Meghan angered the Queen and that she was mad about them herself.  However, the source said Sophie Latifah was not surprised to see Meghan in the same car with her this week as they mourned Her Majesty's passing, pictured.

The source also said the Countess of Wessex was able to see that the royal revelations about Harry and Meghan angered the Queen and that she was mad about them herself. However, the source said Sophie Latifah was not surprised to see Meghan in the same car with her this week as they mourned Her Majesty’s passing, pictured.

Sophie and the late King first became close in 2002 following the Queen’s loss of her mother and sister within a short period of time.

The source said the Queen trusts Sophie deeply and they both have the same sense of humour.

They also claimed that she enjoyed the chats and laughter because she used to do the same with her sister.

The Countess of Wessex and the Queen became close after the 2005 deaths of mother Sophie and Prince Philip last year.

Amidst the media attention drawing Harry and Meghan, the source claimed Sophie’s common sense was “welcomed” by the Queen.

The source also said the Countess of Wessex was able to see that the royal revelation had angered the Queen and that she had become angry with her herself.

However, the source said Sophie is cute and not surprised to see Meghan in the same car with her this week as they mourned Her Majesty’s passing.

Sophie, who was visibly emotional in the week after she lost, spoke up

Sophie, who was visibly emotional the week after losing her beloved “mama,” spoke to the Queen every day. Pictured: Queen and Sophie in 2019

The Countess of Wessex recently went on a Saturday afternoon to walk the dog with the Queen or watch movies with her.  Pictured: Queen Elizabeth II and Sophie, Countess of Wessex attending the second day of Royal Ascot at Ascot Racecourse on June 15, 2016

The Countess of Wessex recently went on a Saturday afternoon to walk the dog with the Queen or watch movies with her. Pictured: Queen Elizabeth II and Sophie, Countess of Wessex attending the second day of Royal Ascot at Ascot Racecourse on June 15, 2016

Sophie, who was visibly emotional the week after losing her beloved “mama,” spoke to the Queen every day.

When her two children Lady Louise and James Viscount Severn were young, they had visits from their grandmother who would watch CBeebies with them.

The Countess of Wessex recently went on a Saturday afternoon to walk the dog with the Queen or watch movies with her.

They often spent time at the Royal Archives in Windsor studying ancient historical documents together.

Sophie is also racing for the title of Duchess of Edinburgh giving her a central and central role as one of a limited number of working royals as King Charles begins to downsize the monarchy.

The final word on the matter rests with the King, the current Duke of Edinburgh having inherited the role from Prince Philip, on whether he would like to give his younger brother the title.

Prince Philip had said he wanted his youngest son to take the title when the time was right, and his eldest son, Prince Charles, was thought to have agreed.

However, some believe he came to change his mind on the matter after his father’s death – but experts recently believe that Prince Edward will receive the title of Duke of Edinburgh, telegraph reports.

In order for the ownership to be changed, the king would need to write letters of patent – an order from the king granting the title – to create the new Duchy of Edinburgh.

If it goes ahead, the move will mark a poignant and lasting connection between the late Queen and her beloved daughter-in-law, Sophie.

Sophie, Countess of Wessex and Princess Anne, Princess Royal looks at Queen Elizabeth II as she cuts a sorority that celebrates 100 years on the cake at the Centenary Annual Meeting of the National Federation of Women's Institute at Royal Albert Hall on June 4, 2015

Sophie, Countess of Wessex and Princess Anne, Princess Royal looks at Queen Elizabeth II as she cuts a sorority that celebrates 100 years on the cake at the Centenary Annual Meeting of the National Federation of Women’s Institute at Royal Albert Hall on June 4, 2015

Sophie, Countess of Wessex looks on as Queen Elizabeth II greets the audience at the Royal Albert Hall for a star-studded concert to celebrate her 92nd birthday on April 21, 2018

Sophie, Countess of Wessex looks on as Queen Elizabeth II greets the audience at the Royal Albert Hall for a star-studded concert to celebrate her 92nd birthday on April 21, 2018

Sophie, who lives in Bagshot Park with her family, spent time in St Anne's Square with her husband Prince Edward in Manchester yesterday.  Pictured: Sophie and her family at church in Windsor in April

Sophie, who lives in Bagshot Park with her family, spent time in St Anne’s Square with her husband Prince Edward in Manchester yesterday. Pictured: Sophie and her family at church in Windsor in April

Sophie, who lives in Bagshot Park with her family, today spent time at St Anne’s Square in Manchester with her husband Prince Edward.

They looked at the flowers left in memory of the Queen and lit candles in the cathedral to honor her memory.

Sophie was photographed embracing a young boy named Josh who was wearing a Union Jack baseball cap, holding flowers and dolls dressed as a soldier.

She laid flowers for him in the yard after she hugged him and was later seen hugging him again before she left.

Josh was happy to hug and his mother Sue was also happy to meet Sophie.

Sophie is seen today hugging a little boy named Josh who was wearing a Union Jack baseball cap, holding flowers and dolls dressed as a soldier, pictured

Sophie is seen today hugging a little boy named Josh who was wearing a Union Jack baseball cap, holding flowers and dolls dressed as a soldier, pictured

Sophie was described as warm and adorable and said she hugged everyone and had time for them.

A member of the crowd who met the royal family yesterday said the Countess of Wessex was genuine and friendly.

The Countess of Wessex also shared a close relationship with Prince Philip.

After his death, she spent time with mourners at Windsor Castle, to reassure them.

She told them about his last moments, explaining that his death was calm and gentle.