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'She needs peace' Alex Beresford slams Downing Street as Queen ‘is done with apologies'

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Queen earlier today.The Good Morning Britain weather presenter shared his thoughts on the news as he argued she “needed peace”.This comes amid Number 10 issuing an apology to the Queen over a party on the eve of Prince Philip’s funeral.As many will remember, the Queen was forced to mourn in an isolated seat at the service.This was down to very strict restrictions regarding Covid in place at the time in April 2021.However, last night, it emerged two Covid-rule breaking parties reportedly took place on the day before the funeral.These were thought to be held at Downing Street, with one already confirmed by James Slack.He was the Prime Minister’s former director of communications and he has now apologised for attending.According to the Daily Telegraph, the event had been held to mark his departure from his role.Now Number 10 has apologised to Buckingham Palace over the event.They said: "It's deeply regrettable that this took place at a time of national mourning and Number 10 has apologised to the Palace.""You heard from the PM this week, he's recognised No 10 should be held to the highest standards and take responsibility for things we did not get right."Buckingham Palace has declined comment over the apology.Reacting to the news, Alex tweeted: “Thanks, but I’d imagine the Queen is done with apologies for this week.“Her Majesty needs a moment of peace.”Many of the meteorologist’s followers have reacted to his tweet with their own opinions on the incident.@Carole__Moyes wrote: “I sincerely hope #BuckinghamPalace does not accept their apology.“What they actually mean is 'Its deeply regrettable that this was discovered to have taken place....'” (sic)@chrispettican added: “The Queen needs to take advantage of her position and.

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