According to royal insiders, the Queen is very good at judging others and can be chatty with people she trusts. 

Her Majesty, 95, who lost her husband of 73 years, Prince Philip, in April, has an intimate ‘bubble’ of people she’s close to, reported PEOPLE, including her ladies-in-waiting like Lady Susan Hussey, whom she’s known for six decades.

According to The Magazine, Lady Annabel Whitehead and Lady Elizabeth Leeming are reported to also be part of her inner circle.

Meanwhile, Paul Whybrew, the Queen’s favourite courtier – who is known as ‘Tall Paul’ due to his 6ft 4in frame – and her dresser Angela Kelly are said to be a near constant presence by her side.     

The Queen (pictured in October) has very 'good judgement' and is 'chatty with those she trusts' in her inner circle, according to a royal insider

According to royal insiders, the Queen (pictured October 1) has very good judgement and is friendly with people she trusts.

The Queen has the ability to switch from magisterial to friendly with her trusted friends. She has good judgement once she trusts people – and once she does it is very easy,’ said a royal insider to the publication. 

According to an insider, staffers in Queen’s COVID bubble ‘bubble’ claim it’s a cheerful’ place.

It was said that those who have it will cherish their place. They can be a support system for Queen Elizabeth II and can share a joke with her while she talks about current affairs.

She is often visited by Prince Edward and Sophie, Countess-of-Wessex, her sons who reside a short distance away from Bagshot Park together with their two children.

The second-eldest son of Her Majesty, Prince Andrew (who lives in Royal Lodge), is thought to also visit regularly.

Her Majesty, 95, who lost her husband of 73 years, Prince Philip, in April, has an intimate 'bubble' of people she's close to, reported PEOPLE, including her ladies-in-waiting like Lady Susan Hussey (pictured together in 2016), whom she's known for six decades

PEOPLE reported that Her Majesty 95 lost Prince Philip in April after a long marriage. She has an intimate circle of friends, according to PEOPLE. This includes her lady-in-waiting Lady Susan Hussey who she knows for over six decades.

Today’s sources confirmed that, in spite of fears about Omicron Covid variant, the Queen will be hosting the annual Royal Family Christmas dinner on Tuesday.

The monarch presses on with Windsor Castle’s event. It is anticipated that 50 of his relatives will be there, including Prince Charles or Camilla.

Three of her great-grandchildren August, Lucas and Sienna are due to attend. However, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will be in America with their son Archie as well Lilibet.  

Due to tighter Covid restrictions, the Queen’s Christmas Lunch, which is held every year at Buckingham Palace was cancelled last year. However, attempts to cancel it this year are being rejected. 

After the Christmas party with wine, crackers, and food, the Queen will take a helicopter flight to Sandringham in Norfolk. She will then spend Christmas there.

Today sources revealed the Queen will host the annual Royal Family Christmas lunch on Tuesday despite fears over the Omicron Covid variant. (Pictured: The Queen at Ascot in October this year)

Today’s sources reveal that today the Queen will host an annual Royal Family Christmas dinner on Tuesday, in spite of fears about Omicron Covid. (Pictured at Ascot, October 2012)

The annual Christmas lunch will be held at Windsor Castle (pictured) this year, instead of the usual Buckingham Palace

This year’s Christmas Lunch will take place at Windsor Castle, (pictured), instead of Buckingham Palace. 

Pictured: The Prince of Wales is joined by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their children at the Church of St Mary Magdalene on December 25, 2019

Pictured: On December 25, 2019, the Prince of Wales was joined by the Duchess of Cambridge, the Duke of Cambridge, and their children in the Church of St Mary Magdalene.

Later, the Royal Family will join her on Christmas Eve. They’ll also gather there on December 25th as per tradition before going to St Mary Magdalene Church.

Sun quoted a source as saying: “Currently, it’s going forward. However, obviously it will still be under review until the very last minute.

The Queen currently lives in Windsor Castle and continues to perform ‘light duties’ after multiple health crises over the past week.

Insiders added that Windsor Castle is a great place to socially disengage if necessary. It is impossible for the Queen to allow any obstacle in the way this family event.

“Particularly after the past year that she had since losing her husband, and having to take on some light duty on doctors’ orders. This will be the first reunion of so many relatives since Philip’s funeral.

“But, obviously, everyone should act responsibly. Things can change within a very short time. But as it is they’re ready for Tuesday.”

The Royal Family will join the Queen at Sandringham (pictured) on Christmas Eve and gather on December 25, as is tradition, before visiting St Mary Magdalene Church

As tradition dictates, the Royal Family will be joined by Queen Elizabeth at Sandringham (pictured), on Christmas Eve. They’ll then gather in St Mary Magdalene Church on December 25th.

A ITV crew recorded Queen Mary’s Christmas Day address a few weeks ago.     

The Mail last week reported that palace aides had also explored options to allow the monarch to visit the public to wish the country a happy Christmas.

Buckingham Palace released video and photos of the sovereign undertaking. However, the meetings were held behind palace walls.

It is hoped that the Queen will feel well enough to participate in a brief public engagement on the castle grounds. 

In difficult situations, her appearance is a small shot of joy.

A source stated that it wouldn’t be normal Christmas but it would be like other families in the country.

Last seen by the public, Queen Elizabeth was at Windsor Castle on October 19. She cancelled her trip to Northern Ireland the next day and was then taken to hospital for unspecified preliminary tests. 

After being ordered to take a break for several weeks, she has resumed a few low-key engagements including recording a message for Cop26.