Princess Anne and that Trump 'shrug': what really happened

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Princess Anne has develop into the topic of hypothesis after a video confirmed the Queen seemingly gesturing to her daughter for giving the royal line-up to greet Donald Trump a miss. The footage from a Buckingham Palace reception for Nato leaders went viral, with some viewers suggesting the princess had snubbed the US president and first woman. But it surely has since emerged that the Queen appeared to be turning her head to see which world chief was subsequent to greet and noticed Anne within the distance. The princess, elevating her arms within the air, laughed and stated “It is simply me”, earlier than including “and this lot”, pointing to the members of the family behind her.
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  1. Queen turns away from Anne embarrassed. Miss the line-up, but don't stand there and cackle at the Queen. Doesn't matter what you think of Trump. Queen Elizabeth turns away from Anne and stays composed in a more than awkward situation for her. Is Trump actually pointing his finger at the Queen? Which seems more than a rude gesture. Queen also looks as if she wants to shake hands with Melania; poor Melania. We all feel for her.

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