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Queen Elizabeth recently hosted her very first virtual diplomatic audience and offered a rare glimpse into a private room at Windsor Palace.
It all started earlier this month when the 94-year-old monarch chatted via Zoom with three ambassadors who arrived at Buckingham Palace. (The queen is currently self-isolating at Windsor Palace due to the coronavirus pandemic.)
The clip (screenshot above) gave us a rare look at the Berkshire residence. In particular, Queen Elizabeth is sitting in the Equerry’s Room, which features a never-before-seen photo of her great-grandchildren (located over her right shoulder).
The pic features Prince William and Kate Middleton’s three children, Prince George (7), Princess Charlotte (5) and Prince Louis (2).
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While it’s hard to tell from the pic, we can make out George and Charlotte, who are standing next to each other. The way Prince Louis is laying across their laps leads us to believe the picture was taken shortly after his birth. Perhaps at his 2018 christening?
We wouldn’t even be surprised if the snap was captured by Middleton, who’s an amateur (read: soon-to-be professional) photographer.
During the visit, Queen Elizabeth virtually met with Sophie Katsarava (ambassador of Georgia), Gil da Costa (ambassador of Timor-Leste, or “East Timor”) and Ferenc Kumin (ambassador of Hungary), who also brought his wife, Viktoria.
Fingers crossed the photo is one of many featured in the Equerry’s Room (for the sake of Queen Elizabeth’s other great-grandchildren).
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