There have been speculations about “secret signals” that the late Queen Elizabeth II used to signal her bodyguards that she was ready to leave the event, and it now appears that one of those signals has been confirmed.
And a former aide who worked closely with the late Queen Elizabeth II revealed the meaning behind the “secret signals” she used on certain occasions when she was about to leave an event.
Ian Scott Hunter was a follower of the Queen for 8 years, which meant that he was able to pick up on her little quirks and learned about behaviors that the general public might have overlooked.
Hunter took part in a special edition of the Antiques Roadshow aboard Britain’s royal yacht, which the late queen did, according to the newspaper, to signal her willingness to leave the event.underground“British.
The Queen has been spotted wearing bright lipstick, which tended to go with her bright outfits, but there was sometimes a reason to wear it, Hunter said.
“So, when you look at photos of Queen Elizabeth wearing lipstick in public, you know what she might be thinking,” he said.
“She had her purse on her side and when she took out her lipstick and put it on without a mirror or anything, it was a signal to the ladies that she was ready to leave, and then they would pack all their things and be ready.” leave when the queen gets up,” he said.
Another mark believed to have been used by the late Queen is associated with her handbag, which people are rarely seen without in public.
According to author and royal commentator Kristen Mainzer, who shared this information on the Royal Report podcast.NewsweekIf the queen shifts her bag from one hand to the other, this means that she is signaling to the assistants around her that she wants someone to come and interrupt the conversation.
Queen Elizabeth II died at Balmoral Castle in Scotland at the age of 96, after 70 years in power, while her son, the new King Charles III, began to slowly take over from his well-known mother.