Princess Anne was the only person who consoled Prince Harry after Queen Elizabeth II passed away.
Princess Anne approached the Duke of Sussex, who was supposedly estranged from the other Royals, in an attempt to offer him assistance.
In his book “Charles III: New King, New Court: The Inside Story,” royal author Robert Hardman discusses the encounter, saying that “she was there when Prince Harry eventually arrived.” He was left to pay his respects to his late grandmother in the Queen’s bedroom after she received him with an embrace, according to the book.
The King asked Princess Anne to take care of the house party at Balmoral Castle, which was growing quickly. This was one of his first decisions.