Beyoncé And Jay-Z Made A Video On The Background Of Meghan Markle’s Portrait, Expressing Their Support

Date February 22, 2019 18:08

On February 20, London hosted the annual popular music awards ceremony known as BRITs. By the way, it's also called the British twin for the Grammy awards.

Robbie Williams is currently holding the record for getting the biggest number of this award. He won 13 statuettes as a solo artist and 5 more as a member of Take That.

The celebrity couple Beyoncé and Jay-Z weren’t left without a prize at the last ceremony: The lovebirds were victorious in the nomination The Best International Group.

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The musicians weren’t able to fly to London. So, in order to honor the significance of the event, they posted a video with thanks via social media.

Jay-Z and Beyoncé reproduced the scene from their Apeshit music video, which was filmed in Louvre. The couple performed just in front of the Mona Lisa painting. 

However, their gratitude video featured an updated version of the music video. This time, the couple was standing in front of a portrait of Meghan Markle wearing in a diamond crown.

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As Beyoncé explained, she and her husband congratulated the Duchess on her pregnancy, expressed their respect, and wished her all the best.

The author of the portrait is Tim O'Brien, who also previously depicted the singer in the image of a queen.

The users’ opinions regarding the video were quite different. Some felt that the musicians shouldn’t have used any concealed messages and called the idea rather strange. On the other hand, some of the couple’s fans appreciated the idea greatly.

Do you think Meghan looks regal enough to be queen? Share your opinions in the comments!

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