Why Does Queen Elizabeth Keep Photography Of Queen Letizia On Display At Buckingham Palace?

Date June 12, 2018

Queen Elizabeth keeps pictures of her family members and fellow monarchs at Buckingham Palace. Sometimes, photos are changed or added, depending on the situation. For example, right after the royal wedding in May, a previously unseen photo of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle was noticed on one of Her Majesty’s tables.


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Recently, the photo of Spanish royal family has drawn all attention. The picture of Spain’s Queen Letizia, King Felipe, and their daughters, Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofía, is on display at Buckingham Palace.

The photo was taken back in 2016 when the family was on vacation in Palma de Mallorca. The photo is signed and framed, and it is placed on a console table next to Her Majesty’s granddaughter Zara Phillips and her husband, Mark Tindall.


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Most likely, the photo is a gift from the Spanish royal family when they were visiting London in 2017.

Before the visit, Simon Manley, the British Ambassador to Spain, said:

This State Visit will not only celebrate the long and deep royal and historic ties between our two countries, but also our strong relationship partners bilaterally, within Europe and on the global stage. Culture, commerce, education, science, and innovation. This is an opportunity to celebrate and deepen those links.


The photo is a sign of good relations between the royal families.

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