The royal family lives on a protocol that dictates their social, official and personal relationships. As such, it is difficult to imagine the public relations of the Queen with people who deviate from traditional behavior. However, a royal person revealed that there is a person who called the Queen by name.
Richard Fitzwilliams, the royal commentator, said that there was a man who was heading to the queen by her name.
When asked who knew the Queen for the first time, she told Express.co.uk: "Mandela was.
"She called Elizabeth and her affection for her received a warm reciprocity.
"His visit to South Africa in 1995, when he was president, was one of the most outstanding aspects of his reign."
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The relationship between Queen Isabel and Nelson Mandela was extraordinary, and an author noted that Madiba would regularly reject the custom.
He not only called the Queen by his name, but would also comment on his weight.
Zelda la Grange, a personal assistant to Mr. Mandela, traveled the world with the legendary South African leader.
He revealed the relationship between the two iconic figures of his memoirs titled "Good morning, Mr. Mandela."
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Referring to Mr. Mandela by his name of clan, Madiba wrote: "On a visit to Britain, I was surprised by the warm friendship between Madiba and the Queen.
"Oh, Elizabeth," she said when she greeted her, and she would answer, "Hello, Nelson."
"I think it was one of the few people who called her with her name and it seemed fun."
And on another occasion, Mr. Mandela supposedly said: "Oh, Elizabeth, you've lost weight."
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Mr Mandela and Queen Elizabeth enjoyed a long friendship and the president made his first visit to the United Kingdom in 1996.
During the visit, he received a meal for the Queen, in which he said that he was a "gentleman."
According to an assistant Mandarin, the queen rose and praised "this wonderful man."
The queen also hosted a party at Albert Hall for Mr. Mandela, where both danced.
The affection of the queen by the South African leader also passed to his son, Prince Carles, who, when he died, called Madiba as the "incarnation of courage and reconciliation."
He added: "He was also a man of great humor and had a real enthusiasm for life.
"With his death, there will be a huge void, not only in the life of his family, but also in those of all the South Africans and in many others who have changed his life through his struggle for the peace, justice and freedom.
"The world has lost an inspired leader and a great man. My family and I are deeply sad and our thoughts and prayers are with their family."