A reporter has actually uncovered exactly what actually took place involving the Queen and Princess Anne at Buckingham Palace durung a supper at Buckingham Palace for North Atlantic Treaty Organisation frontrunners - after a video clip surfaced associated with the communication left royal watchers guessing.
The video of Princess Anne's reaction after getting scolded by Queen Elizabeth has gone viral, where she fails to woefully greet American President Donald Trump and Melania Trump at Buckingham Palace reception hosted by Queen Elizabeth II for North Atlantic Treaty Organisation leaders on November 3 night. Princess Anne changed into once born on August 15, 1950 and is the daughter of Queen Elizabeth II and her husband Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.
The clip also led to other Twitter users pointing out that Anne has always been a "hero" of the royal family, with the decision not to give her children titles one of the examples of her tendency to go against tradition.
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.
Princess Anne's departure from Royal protocol in the meeting with Trump follows a turbulent year for the Queen and her family. "The Queen looked over, clearly not amused - with Anne, 69, merely shrugging and trying to laugh off the awkward exchange".
"Either way Anne just shrugs together with her hands out".
And away from the royal engagements, those who know the princess best often remark on her tough and keep-busy demeanor.
The journalist says that Queen Elizabeth asked Princess Anne that she was following the president and the first lady in the reception line, and she replied: "It's just me, quot; shrugging". She then added, "And this lot", motioning to the members of the royal household behind her. The story erupted, and in an Internet nano-second the world had determined Anne had refused to join the receiving line, she'd snubbed the President and had been publicly scolded by her mother. The Queen, Charles and Camilla were the only royals tasked with the job - the Queen because it was her house and party, Charles because he's the heir and Camilla because she's his wife and future Queen Consort. But there wasn't anyone waiting: "Trump was the last leader to be received by the Queen", Low continued.
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A third tweeted: "Princess Anne should be queen when the QEII dies". "In some ways, what we do hasn't changed at all", she added.