Queen Elizabeth removed the photo of Megan Markle from the place of honor where it stood for only a week
Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain removed a joint photograph of Prince Harry and Megan Markle from the audience hall at Buckingham Palace. This happened just a week after the journalists first noticed this photo of the newlyweds.
Source: Daily Mail
For the first time, a joint photo of lovers was noticed in the royal room for audiences last week. It was the first picture with Megan Markle, which appeared in Buckingham Palace, and he was put in a special place among the photographs of the queen's grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
It is assumed that the photo was taken by wedding photographer Alexi Lubomirski in December, during a photo shoot in honor of the engagement.
When the queen presented the composer Thea Musgrave with an award for her contribution to the musical life of Great Britain, the photograph was not there anymore.
Instead, it now stands a frame with a picture of the grandchildren of Elizabeth II - William and Harry.
Previously, this place was a photo of Princess Anne with her husband Timothy Lawrence.
The last time he was captured was in April, when the Queen of Great Britain met with the Prime Minister of New Zealand, Jasinda Ardern (Jacinda Ardern).
In the auditorium there are many photographs of the royal family, which Elizabeth II rearranges from time to time. Journalists believe that she expresses her attitude towards relatives.
Even before the wedding, Harry and Megan spread rumors in the media and social networks that Elizabeth II was biased by her grandson’s choice. For example, in the consent to the marriage of Prince Harry, the queen called his chosen one by name. The bride of Prince William in a similar document was called "the faithful and beloved Kate Middleton."