The royal family lives on a protocol that dictates their social, official and personal relationships. As such, it is difficult to imagine relations with the Queen's public to people who deviate from traditional behavior. However, the royal insider discovered that there was one person who called the queen by his name.
Royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams said that one man had addressed the queen by her name.
Asked who was familiar with the queen on the name base, he told Express.co.uk: "Mandela was.
Elizabeth called her and her love for her was back.
"Her state visit to South Africa in 1995, when she was president, was one of the pinnacles of her rule."
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The relationship between Queen Elizabeth and Nelson Mandela was remarkable, and one author noted that Madiba would regularly violate the Imperial custom.
Not only did she call the queen with her name, but also commented on her weight.
Zelda la Grange, the personal assistant of Mr. Mandela, traveled the world to the side of the legendary South African leader.
She found the link between two iconic figures in her memoirs entitled "Good morning, Mr. Mandela."
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Referring to Mr. Mandela named Clara Madiba, she wrote: "Visiting Britain, I was struck by a warm friendship between Madibe and the Queen.
"Oh, Elizabeth," he would say when he greeted her, and she would say, "Hello, Nelson."
"I think he was one of the few who called her name and it seemed to be fun."
On the second occasion, Mr Mandela allegedly said, "Oh, Elizabeth, you've lost weight."
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Mr. Mandela and Queen Elizabeth enjoyed long-lasting friendship, and the president first visited Britain in 1996.
During his visit, he had lunch for the queen, who said he was a "merciful lady."
By attending the mandarin, the queen rose and praised "this wonderful man".
The Queen also had a party at Albert Hall for Mr. Mandela, where both danced.
The Queen's affection of the South African leader also went to her son, Prince Charles, who, when he died, called Madiba "by the embodiment of courage and reconciliation."
He added, "He was a man of great humor and he had a real desire for life."
"With his termination, there will be immense emptiness, not only in his family's life, but also in all South Africans and many others whose lives have been altered through his struggle for 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 his family."