The answers may surprise you…

As a nation, we’re nosey. It can’t be helped, our minds just wander and as much as we try not to engage in all the celebrity gossip, sometimes the curiosity just gets the better of us.

With the Platinum Jubilee coming up, we started imagining what the mobile world looks like to the Royals. tech

We can’t imagine that the Queen is sat on the throne aimlessly scrolling through TikTok, but she must need a mobile to keep in touch with everyone.

So, that got us wondering. Is the Queen an Android or iPhone user? What mobile phone does the elegant Kate Middleton have? Do the Royals have a family WhatsApp group chat? And if so, did Prince Harry get kicked out of it?

We decided to dig a little deeper and find out everything there is to know about the technology that the Royal Family use.

A mobile fit for a Queen.

Like we said, we don’t imagine the Queen uses her mobile in the same way we do. However, we can confirm that she does in fact have one.

This is a win for the Android fans, as rumour has it, the Queen uses a Samsung mobile. Of course, it’s not your bog standard Samsung.

According to a royal commentator, the Queen’s mobile has been fitted with anti-hacker encryption, by MI6 themselves. That’s what you call a secure mobile.

What we were interested to learn is that the Queen apparently only answers her mobile phone to two numbers.

Now, you’d expect it to be her sons, but shockingly, neither numbers belong to them. And you thought your mother dodged your calls…

Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, and Prince Harry however have been pictured to be holding iPhones.

While it’s not common courtesy to be scrolling through their mobiles out in public, we’re sometimes granted a sneak peek.

And one fan, with better vision than us clearly, seemed to spot a number of emoji used on Kate Middleton’s iPhone.

One included a bowing woman, a vomiting face, and a red face. We’ll let you use your imagination for what conversation that was about.

What we do know is that Prince William has also been spotted using an iPhone, so perhaps he’s the recipient of these bizarre emoji.

The Royals make a number of public appearances, and while celebrities is a strange way to refer to them, they sort of are.

It’s not shocking to think that many fans try and grab a selfie with them when the opportunity presents itself.

During a visit to the Australian War Memorial in Canberra, Prince Harry reportedly turned down the request of a selfie claiming he hated them.

This being said, many royal fans have reported that taking selfies at royal events was actually frowned upon and in some cases, forbidden.

This is because it’s seen as disrespectful to turn your back towards the royal family and the Queen. Which is perfectly understandable.

Celebrate the Jubilee in style.

While you’re not allowed to snap selfies with the royal family, you can get some corkers while you’re out celebrating the Jubilee.

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