These pictures are a bit strange, but is there really an intention behind them? The face of Duchess Meghan (41) was on the official TV pictures from State Funeral of Queen Elizabeth II from Westminster Abbey obscured by a large candle. The Twitter users are sure: That was intentional.
Prince Harry and his cousin Princess Beatrice can be seen in the pictures of the live broadcast of Queen Elizabeth II's state funeral. Between them stands Meghan, partially hidden by her huge black hat and partially hidden by the equally huge yellow candle. But was this somewhat unsuccessful camera shot really intentional?
'When I watched the funeral live, I noticed that Meghan's face could not be seen at the funeral ceremony,' a user wrote on Twitter, adding, 'Remember that the royal family plans and executes every single detail with precision . The candle didn't need to be there and the camera angle wasn't accidental.'
According to the 'New York Post', some royal observers also suspect that Prince Harry and his wife deliberately these places have been allocated . It was a deliberate humiliation on the part of the funeral organizers, it says. After moving to California, interviewing Oprah Winfrey and falling out with the royal family, the couple were not allowed to be in the front row with King Charles III, Camilla and the others. The same applies to Harry, who was not allowed to wear a military uniform during the funeral. However, this information about the seat allocations has not been officially confirmed. In addition, Harry and Meghan again sat in the front row at the Queen's funeral in St. George's Chapel.
Incidentally, the discussion about the candle did not go unnoticed by the British press – but it has so far held back with possible theories about the candle gate.
The discussion about the candle continues on Twitter and quite a number of users are actually happy about the candle in the picture. One viewer writes: 'On the sad occasion of Her Majesty's funeral, I am comforted by the fact that Meghan's head is covered by a candle.' Another tweeted: 'Cheers to the ingeniously strategically placed candle!' And: 'No way, that this was not intended.”
In addition, however, there are also a whole series of comments that are one thing above all: annoyed! 'Just leave Meghan alone,' it says, among other things. And another user points out that the candles were not placed in front of Meghan, but around the Queen's coffin. She concludes: 'It was an honor to sit there.' The camera setting was just stupid.
So there is no evidence that Meghan was intentionally placed there or that the camera was intentionally set to the candle. There's only one thing left for Twitter users to do: speculate. (jbu/jve)source: vip.de