Prince Harry and Meghan Markles photo mysteriously REMOVED from Queens family portrait table and Buckingham Palace


A PHOTO of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle has mysteriously disappeared from the Queens family portrait table at Buckingham Palace.

The framed portrait of the couple was added to the table in Her Majestys audience room shortly after their marriage last year but yesterday it was nowhere to be seen.

The framed portrait of the couple was missing from the Queen’s audience room as she met High Commissioner for Grenada, Kisha Alexander-Grant yesterday
However a photo of Kate and William, and Harry and William remains on the table

As the monarch greeted High Commissioner for Grenada, Kisha Alexander-Grant, the picture was noticeably absent.

A portrait taken of Kate Middleton and Prince William on their engagement, and another of Prince Harry and William remain on display.

The photo of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex was last seen in July, when PM Boris Johnson visited the Queen for talks on Brexit.

The photo shows the smartly-dressed pair posing for the camera as the Duchess affectionately rests her hand on her husbands chest.

The portrait of Harry and Meghan was last seen in the room in July when Boris Johnson visited the Queen
The image still had pride of place on the table

It is believed to have been taken during their engagement shoot.

Its not known why the image was removed, but its likely royal aides move treasured family portraits around the grand home.

Fabulous Digital has contacted Buckingham Palace for a comment.

It comes after the couple have faced a fallout since their explosive ITV documentary Harry &Meghan: An African Journey aired on Sunday.

A source close to the couple toldCNNthe couple, who spoke about their struggles with fame in the show, said: “The institution around the British royal family is full of people afraid of and inexperienced at how to best help harness and deploy the value of the royal couple who have single-handedly modernised the monarchy.”

The image of the couple first appeared shortly after their wedding in May last year

But the claims have now sparked a war among well-placed aides in the Palace – with one saying the “plain wrong” comments simply highlight the level of “paranoia” among Team Sussex.

They also said it is actually the Queen who is responsible for modernising the royal family – although “no one has ownership of it”, Daily Mail reports.

This is not the first time that this particular photograph has gone walkabout, with the Queen having previously spotted that it was removed in June last year.

But just a week after it was first spotted the picture had been removed when the Queen met Thea Musgrave

Eagle-eyed fans spotted thepreviously unseen snap of the newlyweds on a table at Buckingham Palace when Her Majesty met George Brandis, Australian High Commissioner to the UK, in May 2018.

But a week later as composer Thea Musgrave was presented the Queens Medal for Music, royal fans noticed that the frame had been removed – leaving a snap of Harry and brother Prince William to take centre stage.

The Audience Room is where the Her Majesty keeps some of her most prized possessions and is situated on the palace’s first floor.

At Buckingham Palace, audiences are either held in The Queens Audience Room or in the 1844 Room.

The Queen gives a weekly audience to the Prime Minister.

The Queen also chairs Privy Council meetings, which are held regularly throughout the year, usually around once a month.

In other royal news, we told you how Meghan and Harry’s refusal to “put up and shut up” could be problematic for the royal family, according to an expert.

The programme also includedMeghan holding back tears as sherevealed her struggle as a vulnerable pregnant woman and new mum.

The couple also revealed thatbaby Archie finally found his voice on African Tour and became chattier than ever.


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