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The queen left social media users in custody after holding her handbag yesterday during her first meeting with Boris Johnson as prime minister.

Queen sends social media wildly after holding her handbag while welcoming Boris Johnson to Buckingham Palace – it was as if she was jokingly & # 39; coming to the stores & # 39;

  • The Queen, 93, welcomed Boris Johnson to Buckingham Palace on Wednesday
  • Amused fans with eagle eyes pointed to the prince's appreciation for accessories
  • Even in her own home, the royal woman's familiar Launer handbag adorned her arm
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The queen left social media users in custody after holding her handbag yesterday during her first meeting with Boris Johnson as prime minister.

The monarch, 93, welcomed the new prime minister at Buckingham Palace yesterday afternoon, shortly after accepting the resignation of Theresa May.

The queen was typically elegant in a vibrant blue and purple dress for the occasion – but it was her trusted Launer handbag that was held firmly in the arm of her arm and that caught the eye of royal spectators.

One joked that the queen seemed to be popping to the stores & # 39; while others suggested it was just too much a part of her ensemble to be put down.

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The queen left social media users in custody after holding her handbag yesterday during her first meeting with Boris Johnson as prime minister.

The queen left social media users in custody after holding her handbag yesterday during her first meeting with Boris Johnson as prime minister.

The queen was typically elegant in a vibrant blue and purple dress for the occasion - but it was her trusted Launer handbag that was held firmly in the arm of her arm and that caught the eye of royal spectators

The queen was typically elegant in a vibrant blue and purple dress for the occasion - but it was her trusted Launer handbag that was held firmly in the arm of her arm and that caught the eye of royal spectators

The queen was typically elegant in a vibrant blue and purple dress for the occasion – but it was her trusted Launer handbag that was held firmly in the arm of her arm and that caught the eye of royal spectators

& # 39; I love the queen understands that the handbag is part of the look, & # 39; tweeted one.

& # 39; I love the way the queen still carries her handbag around the house, just in case, & # 39; a third added.

A fourth said: & # 39; Haha look at the queen casting shadow by carrying a handbag as if she wants to go outside haha. & # 39;

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Others wondered if the queen was trying to send a message with her handbag placement.

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According to royal historian Hugo Vickers, the monarch uses her bag to send secret signals to her staff to indicate when she is ready to continue a conversation.

He told People magazine that moving her bag from one hand to another is an indication that the royal state is ready to end a chat, and it is said that the queen will place her bag at events on a table to indicate that she is ready to leave.

A third secret signal is a discreet twist on her wedding ring, which the queen uses to emphasize that she would like to continue a conversation quickly.

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Amused fans with eagle eyes pointed to her appreciation for accessories - even when she was at home - while her trusted Launer bag adorned her arm

Amused fans with eagle eyes pointed to her appreciation for accessories - even when she was at home - while her trusted Launer bag adorned her arm

Amused fans with eagle eyes pointed to her appreciation for accessories – even when she was at home – while her trusted Launer bag adorned her arm

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Based on this, the queen looked completely comfortable while talking to Mr. Johnson.

The queen showed an impeccable show while welcoming the new Prime Minister of Great Britain.

Boris saw himself bowed to the prince when he was appointed to form a new government.

The queen will now retire to Balmoral Castle in Scotland for the summer, where she will undoubtedly escape the heat of the city.

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