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‘Men in Grey’ Broke Tradition by Banning Pic of Queen with Lilibet Which Saddened Harry & Meghan, Claims Expert

In June 2022, in commemoration of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebration and Trooping in Color, family members traveled from far and wide to attend the weekend-long event.

This day was observed by the arrival of outgoing dignitaries, Defence Services Secretary Rear Admiral James Macleod and his successor, Major General Eldon Millar.

Visitors were hosted at Windsor Castle in the Oak Room, which was decorated with keepsakes and hung family portraits. But, one image stuck out: the most recent family portrait.

It showed the Queen sitting on a couch, surrounded by some of her twelve great-grandchildren. She was seated and carrying Lucas, Zara, and Tindall’s youngest and final child. His sisters, Mia and Lena, sat close together, with Lena clutching her brother’s hand.

Prince Louis sat beside his great-grandmother as his siblings, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, stood behind the sofa, as did William and Kate’s children.

The team included Peter Philip’s daughters, Savannah and Isla, as well as the group’s eldest and only grandchild, Lady Louise. According to insiders, the shot was taken during the family’s vacation to the Queen’s Scottish highlands last summer.

This is not the first time the queen has been pictured with the little royals. The Duchess of Cambridge photographed the Queen and Prince Philip with seven of their great-grandchildren in 2018.

Royal enthusiasts will notice that this is already a family tradition, since the Queen and five of her great-grandchildren, as well as her two youngest grandchildren, were photographed in the Green Drawing Room in 2016.

The Queen with her five great-grandchildren and her two youngest grandchildren that was taken in the Green Drawing Room,…

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To honor the Queen, Harry and Meghan traveled to the United Kingdom with their children, Archie and Lilibet, for the first time in a long time. This was their first visit as a pair after leaving the royal family and royal duties to live in the United States and lead a regular life.

Their youngest kid turned one during their vacation, and they celebrated at the Windsor Frogmore Cottage, where they resided.

The pair had a laid-back birthday celebration in the garden, complete with balloon decor, picnic-themed munchies, a birthday cake, and party games.

Lilibet’s cousins, Lucas, Mia, Lena, Savannah, and Isla, were among those in attendance. Despite the absence of Prince William and Kate’s children, the pair wished their niece a happy birthday online.

Despite the fact that he was celebrating his youngest grandchild, her grandfather, Prince Charles, did not attend the celebration.

Despite the absence of former close family members, the gathering provided Lilibet with the opportunity to meet her cousins and other close friends of her parents, including Archie’s godfather, Charlie Van Straubenzee.

According to an insider, It was a great event that had everything you’d expect from a kid’s birthday celebration. There was, however, no organized entertainment. The aim was to keep it extremely easygoing and casual, with guests free to come and go as they pleased.

The parents took their daughter to see the Queen for the first time a few days after the birthday party. They requested a picture session between the Crown and her great-grandchild during the encounter.

Their plea for a private snapper, though, was denied. The palace feared that the photograph would be distributed with the US media, and they saw it as a private family gathering.

This means Lilibet will not be able to enjoy the custom of a personal portrait with the king, which her brother does.

Although the palace has remained silent about the incident, royal analyst Christopher Anderson claimed that the Queen was not to blame.

Anderson stated that the pair’s request was denied by the “guys in grey” who “actually manage things.” He continued, Meghan and Harry had to digest a really harsh pill. Being photographed with the monarch as a grandchild or great-grandchild is a tradition. But this was a very other sensation.

Despite the absence of a picture with her great-grandchild and namesake, insiders claim that the Queen adored Harry’s children and even gave them gifts on Lilibet’s first birthday, which “brought some brightness” to the weekend. According to a reliable source, Elizabeth thinks they’re wonderful and has sent gifts to Lili and Archie.

Lilibet, unlike Archie, was born in the United States following her parents’ divorce from the royal family and transfer to the United Kingdom.

That indicates why she was never baptised in the United Kingdom. Nevertheless, royal analysts anticipated weeks before their royal visit that the pair would remain longer to give their daughter a royal baptism.

The anchors, Christina Garibaldi and Christine Ross, explored the prospect of it occurring on an episode of “Royally Us.”

Garibaldi responded to a royal watchers comment on the little girl getting baptised while reunited with relatives by saying that’s a fascinating thought; perhaps Lilibet will be christened while they are in Windsor for the Platinum Jubilee.

Ross remarked that it would be a hectic time because several members of the royal family already had obligations in various regions of the nation.

She went on to say that it would be astonishing if Harry and Meghan pulled it off, and that it would be a little occasion. In her own words, perhaps just Meghan, Harry, Lilibet, Archie, and the Queen, something tiny that they might fit in.

Royal enthusiasts are aware that the christening ceremony takes place a few months after birth, with members of the royal family in attendance.

When Archie was born in 2019, when Harry and his wife were still inhabitants of the palace, a picture of Archie wearing the customary christening gown was shared.

Nevertheless, there has been no indication of a formal baptism for infant Lilibet, either in the UK or the US.

Despite the optimism that it might occur during the family’s visit, many people assumed it would not occur due to the royal festivities planned for the weekend celebration.

Later, according to royal analyst Katie Nicholl, Harry and Meghan were asked to spend their holidays with the Queen at Balmoral at the end of August. But it never occurred.

Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II died peacefully on Thursday, September 8, at Balmoral Castle, surrounded by family and friends.

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