It isn’t grandma’s house if there aren’t some framed photos of her grandkids.
New images released of Queen Elizabeth’s meeting with Boris Johnson, Britain’s new prime minister, revealed her personal photo collection.
The Queen has framed a photo of her grandsons William and Harry, as well as photos of the Princes with their wives Kate and Meghan.
Although the portraits are partially hidden behind a chair, eagle eyed fans still noticed them.
In the front is a photo of Harry and Meghan. It shows Meghan wearing a blue-gray fitted shift dress and Harry is sporting a blue suit.
While we haven’t seen Meghan publicly in this outfit, Harry’s suit resembles the one he wore in their official engagement photos. So it’s thought to have been taken as a part of their engagement photoshoot by Alexi Lubomirski.
The photo of Harry and Meghan was previously spotted on display at Kensington Palace in when the Queen hosted Honorable George Brandis, the Australian High Commissioner to the United Kingdom.
Behind Harry and Meghan’s photo, there’s a photo of William and Kate from their engagement announcement.
William and Kate then posed for photos at St James’ Palace, with Kate flashing her gorgeous blue sapphire and diamond engagement ring.
On the other side of her lamp, the Queen has framed a photo of her grandsons Prince William and Prince Harry in military uniform.
The Queen was scheduled to travel to Aberdeenshire this weekend. But she decided to delay the 500-mile trip so she could meet Boris Johnson. Courtiers say she is likely to leave for Balmoral at the end of this week.
Her Majesty usually spends two months in the Scottish Highlands and doesn’t return to London until September.