The queen has a new hairstyle

Wrote Leah Dolan, CNN

The queen was spotted in a new look. In photos shared by the royal family’s official Instagram page on Wednesday, the British monarch is seen with a shorter hairstyle as she greets New South Wales Governor Margaret Beazley at Windsor Castle in England.

It is a subtle change from the longer, loose curls that many associate with Queen Elizabeth II, but it was nevertheless revealed by the public who quickly commented on the post. “The queen looks wonderful! Her new summer hairstyle looks perfect,” one user wrote. “I like your new hairstyle, Your Majesty,” said another. “I like the Queen’s new hairstyle !!!”

Queen Elizabeth II and Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby at Windsor Castle, 21 June 2022 in Windsor, England.

Queen Elizabeth II and Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby at Windsor Castle, 21 June 2022 in Windsor, England. credit: WPA Pool / Getty

Her Majesty reduced her public appearance after the death of her husband, Prince Philip, in April 2021. Earlier this year, at the age of 95, the Queen was positive for Covid-19, which she revealed Royal London Hospital during the virtual visits, left her “very tired and exhausted.” During the celebration of the jubilee at the beginning of the month, marking 75 years on the throne with four days of ceremony, the monarch was seen only twice. And when such views are rare, it seems that the fans are satisfied with receiving any visual update.

The Queen presented her new hairstyle for the first time at an engagement to the Archbishop of Canterbury earlier this week, although the change is more noticeable in a photo of her meeting with Beazley. For every occasion she wore two very summery, floral dresses: one a dress of pink and white roses and the other a bright yellow dress with blue variations.

Decoding the colorful style of Queen Elizabeth II

Viewers have long enjoyed deciphering the Queen’s image – from reading about her choice of brooch to dissecting her color palette, her styling rarely goes unnoticed. But it’s all intentional, says royal fashion adviser Angela Kelly. “Our role as her chests of drawers is to ensure that Her Majesty is appropriately dressed for any occasion,” Kelly wrote in her 2019 memoir approved by the monarch, “The Other Side of the Coin.”
That’s what Kelly found out during a pandemic, she had to work as the queen’s hairdresser – washing, setting and styling the royal locks while the salons were blocked. He was under a lot of pressure, Kelly recalls, often leaving the task for a gin and tonic. “While the queen was under the dryer, I told her, ‘I’m going for a hard drink because this is so stressful, to be the best for you,'” she wrote.

Picture above: Queen Elizabeth II with the Governor of New South Wales at Windsor Castle on 22 June 2022.

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