I know that this video was published on 21st October and the interview/conference itself was conducted on 30th September. I apologise in advance for this late post and going back to politicians' view on the royal family.
Jacob Rees-Mogg (Leader of the House of Commons and Conservative MP for North East Somerset) did an interview with Rabbi Jeremy Lawrence on Zoom. The interview itself was on variety of topics and lasted an hour. Mr. Rees-Mogg was asked on the topic of Privy Council, value of the Monarchy and "qualities of The Queen that he admires"
Role of Leader of the House of Commons (14:38-15:06)https://youtu.be/DANFbtfiS2w?t=878
Role of Lord President of the Council (15:07-15:42)
Qualities of The Queen that Mr. Rees-Mogg admire & some interesting history (15:43-17:37)
Value of Monarchy to the country (17:39-18:40)
This is quite a contrast to Nicola Sturgeon and Vaughan Gething's recent response when asked on the Monarchy. But then again, Mr. Rees-Mogg himself is a staunch monarchist, as evident in a parliamentary debate in 2011