The Queen was discovered with a new look. In a photo shared Wednesday on her royal official Instagram page, she can be seen wearing a short hairstyle when the British monarch greets Governor Margaret Beasley of New South Wales at Windsor Castle in England. increase.
This is a subtle change from the long, loose curl reminiscent of Queen Elizabeth II, but was nevertheless detected by the general public who immediately commented on the post. "The Queen looks great! Her new summer hairstyle looks perfect," wrote one user. "Love your new hairstyle, Her Majesty," another post. "I love the Queen's new hairstyle !!!"
Queen Elizabeth II and Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, Windsor Castle , June 21, 2022, Windsor, England. Credits:WPA Pool / Getty
After her husband Prince Phillip died in April, Her Majesty I refrained from public places. In early 2021, at the age of 95, the Queen tested positive for Covid-19, and during a virtual visit toshe revealed to theRoyal London Hospital, she said, "She is very tired. I'm exhausted. " During her Jubilee celebration at the beginning of the month, the monarch was only seen twice, commemorating the 75th anniversary of her throne at the four-day festival. And when such glimpses are rare, her supporters seem willing to receive any visual updates. The
Queen first debuted her new hair in an engagement with Archbishop of Canterbury at the beginning of her week, a change that is more pronounced in her encounter with Beasley. She wore two very summery floral frocks on each occasion. One is a pink and white rose dress, and the other is a blue cornflower and a bright yellow ensemble.
Decoding the colorful style of Queen Elizabeth II
Spectators have long decided to decipher the image of the Queen. Enjoying-Her styling is rarely overlooked in her choice of brooches for dissecting her tailored color palette from reading. But according to Royal Fashion Advisor Angela Kelly, everything is intentional. "Our role as her dresser is to make sure her Majesty is dressed properly each time," Kelly said in a 2019 monarch-approved memoir, "Beyond the Coin." I am writing on the side.
Kelly also revealed that during the pandemicsheshe had to be in the moonlight as a queen's hair stylist. She washed, set and styled the royal locks while the salon was closed. It was so high pressure that Kelly often recalls giving up her job at Gin and Tonic. "So while the Queen was under the dryer, I told her," This is so stressful that I'm off for a hard drink, it's perfect for you, "she said. wrote. } Above image: Governor of New South Wales and Queen Elizabeth II at Windsor Castle on June 22, 2022.