The Queen’s code is known to all as she encourages her subjects to keep in contact, much to her Council’s disgust. She thinks their aloofness has done much to encourage public disillusion with politicians. The Queen also knows every subject’s code and Eileen knows most of them (with knowledge to be able to work out the rest).
Of course the quality of telepathic communication varies - most people don’t eavesdrop telepathic sprite talks as sprites are rude and low. They’d do this anyway but the fact it stops eavesdroppers is another reason for them not to raise the level of their conversations!
The public love the royal visits as they like a decent show, the Queen always looks good and they like to laugh at their high born nobility having to put themselves out for their monarch. The public also suspects Her Majesty has a quiet snigger about this too. As does the nobility. All know there’s nothing they can do about it. The Queen sees all of this as a marvellous way of communicating directly with her public. She's right. Some of the Council think some of the visits can be a case of royal showing off. They're not entirely wrong.
Less welcome is Roherum’s purple prose on every visit. This is a guy who cannot see anything wrong with hyperbole and for whom there can never be too many adjectives. Communication for him is working out just how much hype to put in.
Royal visits are set up by the Queen, with support from the Council and the leaders of the village or town chosen for the visit though the ruler is thinking of employing someone in the Palace to do this for her. She’s happy with Wes being her aide for filing, running errands and keeping her diary up to date but is less sure if he could manage the practical side of arranging a visit and do it without offending someone. Wes isn’t known for tact. In the meantime the Queen will keep organizing her own jollies. She loves meeting the people seeing it as a vital part of her job.
The Council see the importance of the visits but believes the Queen gets some of her less “sound” ideas from meeting the hoi polloi that little bit too often. They know they can’t voice that opinion. The Queen would give them very short shrift. She is very happy to communicate very directly with them!