Queen Elizabeth may have just made a stand regarding Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s recent interview. Days after it was released by ITV, eagle-eyed royal watchers noticed that the couple’s portrait has been removed from the Buckingham Palace’s Audience Room.

In July, the royal couple’s portrait was still displayed on one of the tables in the Audience Room. Royal fans spotted it during the Queen’s meeting with the High Commissioner for Grenada, Kisha Alexander-Grant.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s framed photo was placed in front of Prince William and Kate Middleton’s bigger portrait. Across the two picture frames is a photo of Prince William and Prince Harry in their military uniforms.

But when the Queen met up with Prime Minister Boris Johnson, everyone noticed that Prince Harry and Markle’s portrait had been removed. The only two framed photos left on the table are the photos of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and the picture of the royal siblings.

By the looks of it, the Queen was affected by what Prince Harry and Markle said during their interview in “Harry & Meghan: An African Journey.” Royal experts also said that Her Majesty must have been horrified to hear what the royal couple said about the British clan and the monarchy.

Meanwhile, Markle stepped out in public for the first time ever after her interview aired to attend the One Young World summer at the Royal Albert Hall in London. The Duchess of Sussex stunned in her purple dress.

The color purple has reportedly been associated with the members of the royal family for centuries. The hue was so precious to Her Majesty that the Tudor ruler banned anyone other than close royal family members from wearing clothes in the particular shade.

According to Express, Markle wearing purple to the event signifies that she isn’t going anywhere. And despite all of the things she said about the royal family, she will continue to perform her duties.