Just last week, the queen was photographed in the Audience Room at Buckingham Palace, talking with the Honorable George Brandis, the Australian High Commissioner to the United Kingdom, with a previously unseen photo of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle visible in the background.
However, it's well known that Her Majesty regularly changes around the photographs in her Audience Room.
Prince Harry and his new wife Meghan Markle are enjoying a "mini-moon" in Ireland while their honeymoon is put on hold, according to reports. Meghan will even ride the royal train with the Queen - a privilege usually saved for the senior members of the Royal Family. If the couple has any daughter together, they won't be able to call themselves Duchesses of Sussex, nor will they carry on their mother's Scottish title of Countess of Dumbarton or Meghan's Norther Irish moniker, Baroness Kilkeel.
The pair are set to make an appearance on Buckingham Palace's historic balcony together for the first time during the event.
'The balcony appearance is the ideal symbol of how Meghan has been welcomed into the family'.
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The newlywed royal also filmed an inspirational video alongside fellow veterans, talking about the importance of the games. The royal wedding was a majestic and splendid affair. The Queen is then driven back to Buckingham Palace at the head of her Guards before the royal family then stand on the balcony of Buckingham Palace to greet crowds and watch the spectacular RAF flypast.
It will provide the queen for a chance to spend some "quality time" with Harry's new bride, with relatively few interruptions.
But it is believed the Queen, 92, finds it more comfortable to use on long-distance journeys.
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"Harry and Meghan won't rush into anything".