After going undetected for nearly two weeks, the Queen was pictured receiving the Canterbury Cross from the Archbishop of Canterbury while at her home in Windsor Castle.
But it was Her Majesty’s haircut that got royal fans talking after photos of the exchange were uploaded to the royal family’s official Instagram account.
The images show the 96-year-old monarch with her silver locks freshly trimmed on the sides and back, and despite wearing a vibrant floral dress, it was her new hair that dominated the conversation.
One fan wrote: ‘Ohh…she’s had a hairy’, while another commented: ‘She changed her hair, so sweet.’
Another commented, ‘Has Her Majesty got a haircut?’ which another fan repeated when writing: ‘Oh, I see her new haircut, it’s shorter than usual.’
What brought about the Queen’s hair change may be due to her trusted stylist, Angela Kelly, who previously shared that she was tasked with cutting Her Majesty’s hair during the lockdown.
The Queen’s new haircut comes after news broke that Kelly, who spent much of the lockdown with the monarch and Prince Philip at Windsor Castle, is behind a revealing revised edition of the book The other side of the coin: the queen, the dresser and the wardrobe†
It’s believed to have been approved by the Queen herself, but will reportedly reveal how the Queen coped during the pandemic and after the death of the Duke of Edinburgh, while also including lighthearted details about work on the image. of the royal family.
At the time of hearing about the revised book, it was reported that it would specifically reveal that Kelly, who lives on the grounds of Windsor Castle, was asked to cut the Queen’s hair when usual protocol was not possible.
Katya Shipster, publisher of Harper Non-Fiction, said: ‘It tells the story of the royal bubble and also how far Angela and the royal household went to ensure the safety of the monarch.
In addition, the book will reportedly share behind-the-scenes tricks used for the longest-reigning monarch’s attire, such as the extra lining to dampen the impact of beads and crystals on the queen’s back for events that require extravagant dresses. .
It is also expected to highlight that Kelly often had to wear the monarch’s handmade shoes to ensure they were broken into.
In 2007, Kelly said in a rare interview with: The Telegraph† ‘I don’t know why the Queen seems fond of me—for I don’t make it easy for her!
“I think she appreciates my opinion, but she’s the one in control. She always makes the final decision.’
She added: ‘We are two typical women. We discuss clothing, makeup, jewelry.
“We say, ‘Would this piece of jewelry go well with that outfit?’, and things like that.”
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