Queen subtly snubs Donald Trump with fashion choice

Remigio Civitarese
Luglio 18, 2018

Her Majesty 1 His Tangerineness 0.

Her Royal Highness Queen Elizabeth II visits Liverpool Albert Dock during her Diamond Jubilee tour of Great Britain, Liverpool, England. The day he arrived, the day of the banquet, and the day she actually met him for tea.

In a new tweet she continues: "Arrival day was the one that got the most attention".

"That by itself is amusing enough". Considering the huge size of the Monarch's collection of glittering brooches - a signature accessory of hers - the choice to wear a piece presented to her by the Obamas seems far from coincidental. But it gets better.

"It's not AN American brooch, any would be amusing".

"She chose this one. This one was purchased out-of-pocket by Michelle and Barack Obama and given to her as a personal gift".

The Obamas gave her the 1950 vintage brooch is in the shape of a green flower.

During the meeting, Mr Trump inspected one of the Army's longest serving units, the 1st Battalion Coldstream Guards, in their red tunics and bearskins and the Queen gently corrected the choreography of the ceremony when Mr Trump stopped after striding ahead.

Aside from the aforementioned faux pas, reportedly Donald Trump also had Her Majesty waiting which is arguably even worse considering the rule is to always arrive before the Queen at a meeting place!

It all looked pleasant enough — but something else may have been going
It all looked pleasant enough — but something else may have been going

Queen Elizabeth visits with Belgium's King Philippe and Queen Mathilde on July 14. "You know, who Trump's been screaming about and insulting".

The Queen's snowflake brooch features 48 sapphires mined from Canada's Baffin Island.

That brooch, resting prominently on Queen's lapel, just-so-happens to be the American State Visit Brooch, gifted to her by then-President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama during their first official visit to the United Kingdom in 2011.

The thread has garnered more than 3,000 likes as her followers applauded her astute observation.

The Queen has a known affinity for brooches and has received untold numbers of the jewelry item as gifts from heads of state the world over.

The brooch is made from 14-karat yellow gold and is decorated with diamonds.

The palm leaf brooch.

But others are calling some of Queen Elizabeth II's latest accessory choices "brooch warfare".

Saturday's engagement is the first time that the Queen has been photographed wearing the brooch since it was gifted to her.

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