According to reports, the Queen and the Royal Family have secretly opened their doors to Ukrainian refugees fleeing their homeland.
Palace sources say a number of members have promised to do their bit after being impacted by the tragic events following Vladimir Putin’s attack.
Royals have also made significant cash contributions but insist they want to keep their efforts to help under wraps.
The Government’s scheme has seen 54,000 refugees arrive, and the royal family is now offering to house six million people fleeing Russian invaders.
According to a newspaper outlet, Buckingham Palace insists members of the family are working on a number of projects but has refused to embroider on the plan to take in refugees.
The Queen herself has shown her support recently by wearing Ukraine’s famous yellow and blue, while also ordering flowers to Windsor Castle in the same two colours.
A senior royal source said that these things didn’t tend to occur by accident.
It comes after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle also offered public support, paying tribute to the bravery of the Ukraine team at the opening ceremony of the Invictus Games last month, with the Duchess of Sussex exclaiming ‘Slava Ukraini! (Glory to Ukraine!’)
The Duke said he hoped the games would create the opportunity for the world to ‘better show up’ for the country of Ukraine.
Meanwhile, the Duchess of Cambridge recently seemed to fight back tears over the Ukraine situation when visiting the Ukrainian Cultural Centre in London, alongside her husband Prince William, who said that they were all behind you.
Kate and William, who revealed their eldest children had been asking them about the conflict, brought trays of homemade chocolate brownies and granola bars with them from Kensington Palace to give to members of the Ukrainian community and volunteers they met.
Also showing their support, both William and Kate wore pins showcasing the blue and yellow of the Ukrainian flag beneath a white love heart, while the Duke donned a navy suit and jumper for the outing in Holland Park.
The couple heard about the services offered at the centre, the amazing amount of donations they’ve obtained following Russia’s attack on the country and the challenges they continue to encounter to get material aid where it’s most needed.
But how about unlocking the gates to ex-squaddies on the street who swore an oath of allegiance to their Queen, and what about our hundreds and thousands of children who are in temporary housing?
Perhaps the Queen who these ex-squaddies swore allegiance should give up part of her estate because after all, she does have a vast estate, unlike most of the people here in the United Kingdom.
Perhaps they should build a canal from Dover to Windsor and route everyone up to her moat, and then she can wave and welcome them in.
I guess that squaddies signed up for a job they knew would be risky and that they knew the score, and that the people of Ukraine didn’t sign up to be homeless, but then two wrongs don’t make it right.
Perhaps the Queen who is a patron of certain organisations should get them to release more money instead of hoarding it, and this isn’t especially good PR from the Royal Family because all it actually says is that they’re not bothered about the British homeless at all!