The Queen made a secret nod to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle at the G7 summit, royal fans believe.
She wore her special Millet Brooch which reportedly has a touching link to the couple.
The monarch, 95, received the piece of gold jewellery from the president of Botswana back in 2007.
She donned it at the Eden Project in Cornwall, where leaders of the world’s richest nations have been gathering over the weekend for the G7.
Royal supporters quickly linked it to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
The couple went to Botswana for their third date in 2016 and it holds a special place in their heart.
Harry asked Meghan on the trip to the bush camp Meno a Kwena and it is thought to be where they first fell for each other.
They reportedly got to know each other over five days as they “camped out with each other under the stars”.
One social media user wrote: “Botswana brooch = supposedly means I love you Harry and Meghan!”
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Another said: “The Queen wore her flower brooch from Botswana to the G7 Meeting.
“This is the way she communicates. She was saying 'Hello – I love you to Harry & Meghan & her new little flower!”
While one Twitter user claimed it was a statement of “support for Meghan”.
The brooch is in the shape of the main crop of Botswana – the sorghum, which is also known by the term millet, the Sun reports.
Prince Harry, 36, previously told the BBC: “I managed to persuade her to come join me in Botswana, and we camped out with each other under the stars.”
And he told Town & Country the African country is “where I feel more like myself” than anywhere else in the world.
The main stone in Meghan’s engagement ring is from Botswana, showing their close ties to it.
Back in 2019, Meghan, 39, recreated their Botswana camping trip for her husband’s birthday.
Tents were put up in the gardens of their then-home in Frogmore Cottage, Windsor, and they event slept in identical sleeping bags.
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