The Queen's courtroom lacks the engagement image of Harry and Meghan
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After the frank interview of Prince Harry and his wife Meghan, he is snoring at Buckingham Palace. Prince Charles is said to be "angry" with his children fighting. And observers wonder about image selection in the Queen's courtroom.
"Keep calm and carry on" – keep calm and carry on, this has been the unofficial motto of British royalty for decades.
What the British monarchy no longer overlooked: the abdication of Edward XIII, the escapades of Lady Diana and the public fury after the accidental death of the Princess of Wales – and now only by TV interview expressed dissatisfaction of Prince Harry, grandson of Queen and his wife Meghan Markle.
In ITV's highly acclaimed Sunday article, Harry had reported, among other things, the alienation of his brother William ("We're going the other way"), as well as the couple's frustration with indiscreet media coverage. since the prince's marriage to the American actress.
With his complaints, Harry repeatedly violated the "rigid upper lip" policy, unspoken rumors, and media news that the British Royals often practice. The older part of the family does not seem to be enthusiastic about the public commitment of the younger generation.
Prince Charles is said to be "angry" at his two sons, according to a Daily Mail report, because reports of his alleged alienation are his work – such as the state visit to Japan to crown Emperor Naruhito – but also The 50-year-old man. Anniversary threatening to overshadow his work as the Duke of Cornwall.
Later this week, the Prince of Wales will be screened with a documentary on British TV, including his organic farm in Cornwall.
When the courtroom is redone
Of course, this emotion, if any, is also publicly confirmed. Most striking is a change that affects the monarch himself. The 94-year-old woman reorganized in her private courtroom at Buckingham Palace, and was the victim of a photo of Harry and Meghan in the royal cleanup.
Attentive observers noted that even in July, during a visit by Prime Minister Boris Johnson, a framed photo of the young couple was on a side table. Well, in October, instead of three, only two photos left, the couple's engagement photo disappeared.
But maybe the whole thing has only an unholy background – maybe just a picture of the couple is framed with their common son Archie and then featured on the table again?