The Queen's heatwave hack at home proves she's just like the rest of us

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With much of the UK experiencing near record-breaking temperatures this weekend, sales of fans are soaring. But someone who is already prepared for the heat is the Queen, who has been previously revealed to have a Dyson fan at Buckingham Palace, and no doubt also has one at Windsor Castle, where she is currently residing.

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Her Majesty's gadget was pictured when she swore in Boris Johnson as Prime Minister in July 2019, and while at £399 it is pricier than other fans, her Dyson Hot & Cool Fan Heater can actually be used all year round, making it a savvy investment.

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The Queen has a Dyson fan at Buckingham Palace

The fan is currently available to buy at Argos and features jet focus control, precise room heating and a built-in sleep timer, so you can even keep it on overnight.

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Dyson Hot + Cool fan heater, £399, Argos

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The Queen appears to have upgraded her fan heater after she was previously revealed to have a bargain £30 gadget to help keep her warm in Windsor Castle. Similar appliances have also been spotted at her home in Balmoral, proving the monarch has a thrifty approach to heating – and cooling – the royal residences.

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The fan and heater costs £399

Her Majesty has had an incredibly busy few weeks as she prepared for her four-day-long Platinum Jubilee celebrations which saw her delight hundreds of thousands of fans as she made two balcony appearances at Buckingham Palace.

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This week the royal family are out in force for Royal Ascot, the first time that the famous racehorse event in Berkshire has gone ahead since 2020 due to Covid-19. Although the Queen has not yet made an appearance, it is hoped that she will visit the famous track, where she has a number of horses racing this week before the closing ceremony on Saturday 18.

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