The following are the BBCAccording to a spokesperson, Prime Minister Boris Johnson has already begun to apologize for his actions. A spokesperson stated: The Telegraph, “It’s deeply regrettable that this took place at a time of national mourning,”Johnson’s office has since apologized.
The following is an extract from the BBCUnnamed officials from the government made up the attendees at these soirees and expressed their regret in a telephone call to Buckingham Palace. That said, it has not been specified whether the call was with Elizabeth. As of writing, it is not known what was said or if she called.
Johnson is not likely to be released from jail anytime soon, unfortunately. He has not publicly apologised to the queen despite two public apologies for the COVID-19 scandal. Since The Telegraph broke the story, many members of Parliament have called on Johnson to resign. The New York Times.