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Queen Elizabeth Evidently Put A Frame Of Meghan And Harry Ahead Of Kate and William Suggesting She Might Have A Favorite

Date July 26, 2019 16:28

Body language says a lot about a person's perception of you. According to body language expert Judi James, the Queen treats her granddaughters-in-law, Kate and Meghan, differently.

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Ms. James claims that the Queen respects the Duchess of Cambridge and treats her like an 'equal.' However, the monarch sees Meghan as a child even though she's the same age as Kate.

Could the Queen's different reaction towards the royal wives mean she has a favorite?

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The Sussexes are in the lead

In a recent photo taken during the Queen's meeting with the new prime minister, Boris Johnson, there were framed pictures of both the Cambridges and Sussexes in the background.

However, fans were quick to notice that Prince Harry and Meghan's photo was placed in the front while Kate and Prince William's was behind.

Could this mean Harry and Meghan are her favorites?

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Nonetheless, Kate is, in fact, getting prepped to become the Queen

Queen Elizabeth II has taken particular interest in preparing Kate for filling the shoes of the Queen.

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Both dignities have been seen out together countless times performing some Queen-ly duties. Also, an insider told US Weekly that:

"The two of them will often spend hours discussing royal life and the future of the monarchy."

Maybe the positions of the pictures didn't mean anything, after all.