Royal fans spotted what appears to be a touching yet subtle tribute to Ukraine from the Queen as she stepped out in person for the first time since having Covid.
- A series of pictures of the Queen meeting with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was posted to the Royal Family’s Instagram account.
- Fans were relieved to see Her Majesty looking well and spotted a truly touching detail in the background.
- This royal news comes after it was revealed that Kate Middleton ‘confided’ in Queen over struggles in the early days of being a mum to Prince George.
Royal fans were delighted by the picture posted to the royal family’s official Instagram account, with many spotting what appears to be a beautiful tribute to Ukraine in the background.
The snap showed the Queen shaking hands with PM Trudeau, and between them on the desk was a bouquet of yellow and blue flowers, a nod to Ukraine’s flag.
The Sussexes also made a powerful statement saying they ‘stand with Ukraine’ with a statement published on their Archewell website which read, “Prince Harry and Meghan, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex and all of us at Archewell stand with the people of Ukraine against this breach of international and humanitarian law and encourage the global community and its leaders to do the same.”
The Queen’s new Instagram post was captioned with, “🇨🇦 This afternoon The Queen received the Prime Minister of Canada, @justinpjtrudeau, for an Audience at Windsor Castle.”
Fans were touched by the lovely detail, with one royal supporter commenting, “Love the blue and yellow flowers 💙💛”
Another wrote, “Anybody else see the subtle nod to Ukraine with the colours of the flowers? Brilliant.”
And a third remarked, “I love the Ukrainian colours of flowers 🇺🇦 #supportforukraine”
A fourth fan also commented on the Queen’s health and being back to her duties, “Lovely to see Her Majesty looking well.”
Fans have recently been praying for the Queen’s recovery after she battled mild symptoms of Covid-19, with many praising her for her ‘ extraordinary courage and no-fuss’ approach to catching the virus.