Thursday, December 2, 2021

Elizabeth II: Did the Queen send a discreet message to Meghan and Harry in the middle of the G7?


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During her participation in the G7 summit, held from June 11 to 13 at Carbis Bay in Cornwall, Queen Elizabeth II would have made a discreet wink to her grandson and his wife, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

Would the hatchet be buried between the Windsors and the Sussexes? Since the birth of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s second baby, little Lilibet Diana Windsor, tensions between the British royal family and Lady Di’s youngest child seem to be easing. According to a source close to the monarchy, who recently told The Daily Telegraph, the birth of Lilibet would have allowed Prince Charles to get closer to the Duke of Sussex, with whom he would be in “regular contact”.

Queen Elizabeth II would also have decided to turn the page on the recent scandals related to Sussex, to the point, according to the Daily Mirror, of making a discreet wink at them during one of her official trips …

On June 11, during the reception organized at the Eden Project as part of the G7, the head of the Commonwealth appeared dressed in an elegant floral dress accessorized with a gold brooch from Millet Jewelry. A jewel far from being insignificant, since it is a gift received by the sovereign in 2007, from the President of the Republic of Botswana.

Botswana is a country very dear to the Sussex couple, who have, on many occasions, expressed their attachment to this southern African nation. In particular, it is there that the couple experienced one of their first romantic rendezvous, as Prince Harry had revealed in 2017: “I managed to persuade her to join me in Botswana, he had confided to the BBC. We landed together under the stars.”


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Windsor-Sussex: towards the end of the conflict?

If it is possible that this is only a happy coincidence, the specialists of the Crown are convinced to see in the brooch of Elizabeth II a nod to the couple of Sussex. On July 1, Prince Harry is expected in London for the celebrations of what would have been the 60th birthday of his mother, Lady Diana. He will participate in the inauguration of a statue of the Princess of Wales, along with his brother, Prince William. The opportunity, perhaps, to put an end to his differences with the Windsor clan. Case to follow …

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  1. I am a Jamaican and the Royal family was always part of our lives as the Island was colonized by Britian.We love respected the Royal family always. We all jave family issies and should respect the Royal family ,family issies give them time they will work it out .This an old inststution they have been there before .I think we should give them time to work out their differences.

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