In the days of Donald Trump’s official visit to the UK on the streets of English cities, protest rallies against the policy of the American president. Queen Elizabeth II usually behaves strictly neutrally when it comes to politics, but the brooches with which she appeared in public during the days of the guest hint at personal protest. At least, that’s how the choice of royal jewelry was later interpreted on Twitter.
A girl named Julia looked at the brooches that had been pinned to the monarch’s clothes from July 12 to 15, and concluded that they had been chosen not by chance. So, on the day of the arrival of the American president in London, the queen met with the archbishop of Canterbury Justin Wellby and the Muslim priest Ahmad at-Tayeb. On this day Elizabeth II wore a brooch, presented to her by Barak and Michelle Obama in 2011.
During the meeting with Donald and Melania Trump at Windsor Castle, the queen came out to the guests with a mourning brooch that her mother put on for the funeral of George IV, the father of Elizabeth II.
The next day the Queen met with the Belgian King Philip and his wife Matilda, and again the choice of the brooch of Elizabeth II attracted special attention. The Queen of Great Britain wore a brooch, donated by former Governor-General of Canada David Johnston.
Who is Trump standing against? It is about the Commonwealth and one of the main allies of Great Britain,
– Julia wrote on Twitter.