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Photo of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry removed from table in Buckingham Palace

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Oct. 28, 19 | 3:02 pm

Photo with the Queen and George Brandis, the Australian High Commissioner to the UK during a visit in 2018.. Photo credit: The Royal Family official Twitter account

Was the photo of Prince Harry and wife Meghan Markle purposely removed from the sitting room at the Buckingham Palace?

Eagle-eyed fans of the royal couple noted the missing silver-photo frame that was once in display during a photo with Queen Elizabeth II and George Brandis, the Australian High Commissioner to the UK in a visit last year.

The silver-framed photo still there.

However, the recent photo, taken with the Queen and High Commissioner for Grenada, Lakisha Grant last Oct. 23, the silver-framed photo was no longer in sight.

The silver-framed photo showed Harry and Meghan’s engagement shoot.

Recent audience with the Queen and High Commissioner for Grenada, Lakisha Grant last Oct. 23

Zooming in, the silver-frame photo of Prince Harry and Meghan no longer there.

Apparently, more than two weeks before that meeting, the silver-framed photo of the royal couple was moved from the right side of the table to the left side.

Shortly after his appointment as Poet Laureate, and after winning The Queen’s Gold Medal for Poetry for 2019, Simon Armitage visited the Queen in this photo taken last Oct. 3, 2019.

Zooming in, the silver-framed photo was moved to the left side.

The removal of the royal couple’s photo comes at a time when reportedly tensions continue to rise between Harry and Prince William.

In an ITV documentary entitled “Harry & Meghan: An African Journey”, Harry already hinted at a possible rift between him and his older brother.

He said, although they don’t get to see that much due to busy schedules, and they have gone on different paths, he maintained that they will always be brothers.

He added that as brothers, they also “have good days” and “bad days”.

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