Princess Anne is one of the most discreet members of the British royal family, but is in the headlines after the cameras allegedly surprised President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump at a reception for NATO leaders in the Buckingham Palace on Tuesday.
When POTUS and FLOTUS arrived at the palace, Queen Elizabeth, Prince Charles and Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall received them with kind words and handshakes. But, when the Queen apparently told her daughter to come and welcome Mr. and Mrs. Trump, Princess Anne simply shrugged and laughed a little instead of approaching and shaking hands.
Queen: "Anne, come here right now."
Princess Anne: 🤷🏻♀️😂 pic.twitter.com/tuo681iO57
– Mike Pattinson (@MikePattinson) December 4, 2019
The brief video clip immediately went viral and began to have a tendency on Twitter.
"I never expected to interact with Princess Anne, but being at a door to avoid people is something I have done in many social situations," wrote author Samantha Shannon.
British glamor He tweeted: “Princess Anne who disapproves of Donald Trump has officially made her our favorite member of the Royal Family. * He shrugs * "
Although the Internet seems to be enjoying the moment, MY! News He points out that the three royals were the only ones who greeted all the attendees. AND, The times Valentine Low said that Princess Anne's shrug had nothing to do with the Trump.
The journalist says that Queen Elizabeth asked Princess Anne that she was following the president and the first lady in the reception line, and she replied: "It's just me,quot; shrugging.
The best part of this is that Princess Anne gets excited and jumps at the end https://t.co/ImOcvPcEsl
– anne (@AnneKaram) December 4, 2019
Other moments of the reception that are in the headlines include Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, speaking with UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson and French President Emmanuel Macron. When Johnson asked Macron: "Is that why you were late?" Trudeau joked: "He was late because he has a 40-minute press conference from the top." Many believe that Trudeau was referring to President Trump and his press conference earlier that day. .
In response to Trudeau's alleged comment about him, Trump said Trudeau has "two faces." He explained that he believes that Trudeau is a good guy, but the truth is that he called him for the fact that he is not paying two percent of his country's GDP for defense, and President Trump guesses that Prime Minister Trudeau does not He is happy with that.