Queen Elizabeth II will always have love for Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan.
On Wednesday, the queen held an audience with Britain’s prime minister, Boris Johnson, at Buckingham Palace—their first in-person meeting since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. In images shared from their get-together, royal fans were quick to notice that in the midst of a selection of framed family photos in the background, a picture of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex was on display.
Per People, the portrait of the pair was from their 2017 engagement shoot and hasn’t been officially released to the public. Next to the photo of Harry and Meghan were images of other royal family members, including Prince William and Duchess Kate, and the queen’s late husband, Prince Philip, who passed in April.
Though the Sussexes have openly shared their grievances regarding their experiences within the royal institution, neither Harry nor Meghan has ever voiced discontent with the queen herself. If anything, the royal couple have proven their dedication and gratitude to the 95-year-old monarch in recent weeks, naming their newborn daughter after the queen’s family nickname, Lilibet.
A palace spokesperson confirmed to BAZAAR.com earlier this month the queen was aware beforehand that the couple’s first daughter would be named after her and gave them…