Donald and Melania Trump were visiting the United Kingdom on Tuesday evening, and attended a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation reception at Buckingham Palace, where they were greeted by the Queen, Prince Charles, and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall - but apparently not Princess Anne, who could be seen standing off to the side while her family shook the Trumps' hands.
In a video filmed at Buckingham Palace's North Atlantic Treaty Organisation reception on Tuesday evening, the Queen - along with Prince Charles and Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall - is seen shaking hands with Trump and his wife Melania. However, one royal family member didn't shake hands with the couple.
But today a reporter who had been during the occasion has actually uncovered Princess Anne had been merely saying to her mom "it's only me" following the Queen seemed to see which frontrunner had been next in-line for the royal greeting.
OK, here goes... Princess Anne: the truth.
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And some are suggesting Anne, 69, is having something of a moment herself, particularly as attention has focused on her in the recently landed season of The Crown, Netflix's popular interpretation of life behind palace walls during the Queen's reign. In the clip, the queen seemed to chastise Anne after her shrug.
"Although Anne wouldn't want it, her mother will insist".
And away from the royal engagements, those who know the princess best often remark on her tough and keep-busy demeanor. Many believe that Trudeau was referring to President Trump and his press conference earlier that day. As the daughter of Queen Elizabeth II, she naturally got the title of Princess upon birth.
She continued: "Anne raised her hands in the air, laughed and said: "It's just me", adding a moment later "and this lot" as she pointed to the members of the household behind her.""I don't think there would be much excuse if I didn't". But there wasn't anyone waiting: "Trump was the last leader to be received by the Queen".
News points out that the three senior royals were the only ones greeting all of the attendees. So great so that in 1974, she stopped an strive made by a 26-year-feeble man to kidnap her. Anne changed into once being driven in a limo when a automobile swerved in front of her chauffeur. That may be true in private, but when it comes to her public role Anne represents an old-school royal equally devoted to job, Queen and country.