QUEEN Elizabeth’s decision to wear a dress patterned with lilies has been interpreted as a ‘subtle nod’ to her newest great-grandchild Lilibet “Lili” Diana.
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Queen Elizabeth‘s choice of dress for her face-to-face meeting with President Joe Biden has been observed as a “particularly significant” due to the birth of her newest great-grandchild Lilibet “Lili” Diana. The Queen’s pink dress was patterned with lilies, with one royal expert interpreting this as a “loving nod” to Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s newborn daughter.
Royal expert Kinsey Schofield said, “Knowing that these photos would be splashed all over American media, the dress could most certainly be a wink to her great-grandchild.”
“What a thoughtful and creative gesture.”
The dress is certainly a departure from the Queen’s usual dressing habits.
According to The List, the Queen prefers a “top-to-toe solid color scheme, usually in a bright hue, so she can be spotted in a crowd.”
The Queen’s meeting with President Joe Biden: Was it all a ploy to signal a ‘nod’ to baby Lilibet? Very Doubtful.
The Queen welcomed US President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden to Windsor Castle on June 13 to coincide with the final day of the G7 summit.
Throughout the weekend, the Queen and other senior members of the Royal Family had been on hand at Cornwall to help entertain world leaders and leading CEOs for the annual G7 summit. President Biden was greeted with a Guard of Honour in the castle’s quadrangle and afternoon tea with the Queen in the Oak Room.
The meeting was reportedly a success, with the President and his wife overstaying their visit by 10 minutes to converse with Her Majesty. Read more: dailyexpress
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