Undoubtedly, the Queen Elizabeth is known for her exotic choice of brooches. Remember the time when the Queen wore 3 distinct brooches to convey different messages of non-support on Trump’s visit? Guess what! the tradition of handing out hidden messages is not over yet. Something similar happened this Friday when the Queen attended the G7 summit in Cornwall. Her Majesty was found wearing her ‘millet’ brooch. And we know, she doesn’t go light on her choice of brooches.
The Hidden Symbols
The Queen was found wearing a brooch that paid homage to the place. The place Prince Harry described to be. “more like myself than anywhere else in the world.” The same place he fell in love with Meghan Markle. Even during the time of the cold war between the Senior Royals and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, the Queen kept her grandson’s interests by heart. The Queen was wearing a gift of 2007, the Botswana Millet brooch, as reported by the Royal Collection Trust. Botswana has been special to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. The Queen wearing the brooch may symbolize her love and warmth for the couple and their newborn daughter.
The Revelations of Prince Harry
In Dax Shepherd’s Armchair Expert podcast Prince Harry disclosed a lot of things. He said that is nothing but a victim of genetic pain which is passing down since his father, Prince Andrew. Prince Harry revealed things become nasty between the couples and Buckingham palace. But Prince Harry exposed with a warm heart that the Queen has been an exception. The Queen is among the firsts who came to know about Lilibet Diana. Words are out that she already met the newcomer via a video chat.
The Drama Over The Name
BBC recently revealed that the Queen does not approve of the name given to the new member of the Royals. She disapproved of the name, Lilibet for Meghan and Harry’s second child and first daughter. According to some Royal sources, Lilibet is a treasured family nickname given to the Queen. Even though the Queen disapproved, the couple has their ways. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex reverted. They threatened legal action.