The Queen Removes Photo Of Prince Harry & Meghan Markle From Her Living Room Amid Media Battle
It’s looking like Queen Elizabeth doesn’t approve of the media frenzy going on with Meghan Markle and Prince Harry. As of late, there has been a lot of drama surrounding the royal couple, most notably Meghan, thanks to their recent ITV documentary, Harry & Meghan: An African Journey. In the documentary, which aired last week, Meghan opened up about the struggles she’s faced ever since she married into the royal family in 2018. She discussed the scrutiny she’s been under from British tabloids, how her friends warned her against marrying Harry for that very reason, and also the fact that Harry has taken legal action against the publication Mail On Sunday for publishing a private letter Meghan had addressed to her father.
It’s no secret that the Queen likes everyone in the family to keep up appearances, and that includes the wives that have married in (we learned that years ago with Princess Diana, right?). Thanks to recent photos, it seems that the Queen has had it with Meghan’s drama, because she’s taken her and Harry’s photo down from her living room coffee table. GASP.
A photo that first appeared in Hello! magazine in 2018 showed a picture of Harry and Meghan on display in the Queen’s luxurious living room. However, a more recent photo of Queen Elizabeth and High Commissioner for Grenada Lakisha Grant which was taken on October 22nd shows the same coffee table, but Meghan and Harry’s engagement photo is gonezo. Prince William and Kate Middleton’s photo is still there, however. Interesting …
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While this might mean absolutely nothing, we have a feeling that the Queen doesn’t do anything unintentionally. She’s just not that kind of lady. Could this be the beginning of her banishment of our beloved Meghan?