Would Queen Elizabeth II make a difference between her daughters-in-law? The object in question: a brooch. In her jewelry cabinet, the Queen of England has in particular a sublime brooch in the shape of a sugar maple leaf, fashioned by the workshops of the London jeweler Asprey & Co. This precious jewel, Queen Elizabeth II received as gift from his mother, the queen mother. Suffice to say that she is very keen on it.
Queen Elizabeth II wears her famous brooch from time to time during Canadian stays to honor the Commonwealth of Nations. And on several occasions, the sovereign has lent her brooch to the Duchess of Cornwall as well as to the Duchess of Cambridge. According to information from L’Express, Camilla Parker Bowles wore this famous brooch during an official visit to Canada, with Prince Charles, in November 2009. Then, a second time in 2017. As for Kate Middleton, she has it. worn during a visit to Canada with Prince William in 2011.
No official travel to Canada
But then why the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, she never could enjoy the brooch of Queen Elizabeth II? Especially since Prince Harry’s wife lived in Canada for six years, when she starred in the hit series Suits. It is necessary to clarify an important point, since Meghan Markle has never made an official trip to Canada, unlike her two sisters-in-law. Prince Harry has made four official visits to Canada, the last of which was in 2017. During a discussion that Meghan Markle had with Janice Charette, High Commissioner of Canada to the United Kingdom of Great Britain, the he former actress described Vancouver as “very beautiful”. And it is precisely there that the Sussex couple had established themselves at the beginning of the year 2020, after the Megxit.
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