How the Queen has embraced technology over the years

Jaime E. Love

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he Queen’s life has been steeped in tradition, but she has kept up with the vast technological advances during her reign of nearly 70 years.

The 96-year-old monarch took part in her first official video conference call in 2020 as part of her public duties, following in the footsteps of other royals as engagements went online during the pandemic.

In the early years of her reign, she recorded her first televised Christmas broadcast in 1957 and spoke of the “speed at which things change around us”.

The grainy black and white picture of a young Elizabeth was one of the first strides taken by the monarchy to ensure she was up to date with her ever-changing nation.

Since then, the Queen has seen the advent of colour television, mobile phones, the internet and social media.

Under her command, television cameras were allowed inside Westminster Abbey for the

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Internet Laughs at Husband Mistakenly Saying Wife Is a Sex Worker: ‘Idiot’

Jaime E. Love

A woman has left the internet in stitches after revealing her husband’s awkward mistake that completely altered her reputation with his friends.

Posted on Mumsnet on Thursday, user MyHusbandIsVeryStupid shared the story and wrote: “I went out for dinner last night with a bunch of my husband’s work colleagues who I’ve not met before. We all got on great but I could tell there was a weird vibe between me and them.

“Do you want to know why? My job is a sexual health advisor. He’s been telling people I’m a sex worker.”

Sexual health advisers provide information, advice and counseling to help people maintain good sexual health. They support people diagnosed with a sexually transmitted infection (STI) and provide a non-judgmental approach to a wide range of people in the community.

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A woman has left internet users in stitches after sharing that her husband has mistakenly been telling
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Internet Shuts Down ‘Best Friend’ for Making New Mom Cry Over Breastfeeding

Jaime E. Love

The internet has slammed a woman for making a new mom cry after she breastfed her child in her own home.

Published to Reddit‘s infamous r/AmITheA**hole forum, a man under the anonymous username u/aitathrowawayaccq shared his story of kicking out his wife’s best friend. The viral post has over 12,000 upvotes and 1,000 comments.

The original poster (OP) began by explaining how his wife is the most “caring” person he knows and “puts most people before her.” They have a 3-month-old son as well.

His wife has a “best friend” referred to as “Sarah,” who he strongly dislikes. Sarah went over to their house recently because it’s been a while since they had last seen each other.

He wrote, “My son was getting hungry so my wife breastfed infront of Sarah. Sarah gasped and said ‘that’s unhygienic to do it infront of people no one wants to see your

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