The spitting image! Queen Elizabeth II sweetly sent her stamp of approval to a child who dressed like her for Halloween 2021.
“The queen wishes me to write to you and I thank you for your letter and for the photograph you have kindly attached”, the 95-year-old monarch’s lady-in-waiting, the Hon. Mary Morrison, he wrote in a shared letter on the Today show on Monday 3rd January. “Her Majesty thought it was kind of you to write to her, and the Queen was delighted to see the photograph of your daughter, Jalayne, in her beautiful dress.”
The message, which was dated December 9, continued: “Her Majesty wishes you a Merry Christmas and I am attaching some information about the Royal Pets, which Jalayne may have.”
In October 2021, Jalayne modeled her costume based on the queen with a blue overcoat, matching hat, white gloves and a wig. The little girl even posed next to two corgis, Elizabeth’s favorite dog breed.
Chrissy Teigen sported a similar blue look when she and her husband Giovanni Legend dressed for Halloween 2018. EGOT winner, 43, joined his wife, 36, in a red military uniform at the time as Prince Philip.
The Duke of Edinburgh was married to Elizabeth from November 1947 until her death in April 2021 at the age of 99. As she celebrated her first season of waiting without her husband, the queen “struggled a little” – especially as she couldn’t spend Christmas with her “the whole family” amid the coronavirus pandemic.
“She’s not one to wallow in self-pity and keep her chin up,” a source said exclusively. Us Weekly on December 27. “Of course, the Cambridge were disappointed that they didn’t spend the day with the queen, but thanks to modern technology, they called her video first thing in the morning to wish her a Merry Christmas. And the children enthusiastically told their great-grandmother about their gifts ”.
The England native honored her late companion in her annual televised Christmas Day speech, saying, “Although it is a time of great happiness and good cheer for many, Christmas can be difficult for those who have lost loved ones. . This year, above all, I understood why. But for me, in the months that have passed since the death of my beloved Philip, I have drawn great comfort from the warmth and affection of the many tributes to his life and work, coming from all over the country, from the Commonwealth and from the world “.
Elizabeth praised “his sense of service, intellectual curiosity and ability to squeeze the fun out of any situation”, concluding: “That mischievous and inquiring twinkle was as brilliant at the end as when I first saw it.”
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