Around this time last year, it was reported that Queen Elizabeth II removed a photo of her grandson, Prince Harry, posing with Meghan Markle in favor of another photo of the prince.

In early June 2018, shortly after Markle became the Duchess of Sussex by marrying into the British royal family, Express noted that the reigning monarch had apparently removed an image of Prince Harry and Markle from a side table inside her Audience Room in Buckingham Palace.

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According to the outlet, the image of the Duke and Duchess from the "first photo" of Markle to appear in the palace and originated from the couple's engagement photo shoot several months prior. The photo had reportedly only been on display for one week before its removal.

In its place, an image of Prince Harry and his brother, Prince William, was displayed in the same location. The photo change was noticed after pictures of composer Thea Musgrave visit with the Queen at the palace were released.

“The Queen regularly rearranges photographs inside the reception room, with a handful of personal favourites often on view,” the outlet reported at the time.

“The audience room, situated on Buckingham Palace’s first floor, is filled with photographs of the Royal Family and provides fans with a rare glimpse into the Queen’s personal life.”

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Queen Elizabeth II, Meghan Markle, and Prince Harry watch the RAF flypast on the balcony of Buckingham Palace, as members of the Royal Family attend events to mark the centenary of the RAF on July 10, 2018, in London, England. Getty Images/Chris Jackson