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Hey Liz, Where Did Your Photo Of Harry And Megs Go?

It seems a portrait reshuffle at Buckingham Palace couldn't have come at a worse time and there is no fate worse than being removed from grandma's shelf.

It seems a portrait of Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle that used to sit atop one of Queen Elizabeth's side tables in Buckingham Palace has mysteriously gone missing.

And it also coincidentally happened around the same time that the documentary 'Harry And Meghan: An African Journey' which revealed a number of truths about the royal family and how Prince Harry and Meghan are coping aired.

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While it is unclear why the portrait was removed and replaced with one of Prince William and Kate Middleton, royal fans have speculated it is a sign of upset in the royal family.

A photo taken of Queen Elizabeth receiving High Commissioner for Grenada, Lakisha Grant, during a private audience at Buckingham Palace on October 22 showed the portrait missing in the background.

The portrait was gone this month. Image: Getty
With a photo of Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge taking its place. Image: Getty

This is despite the photo being on display during July 24 when the Queen welcomed newly elected leader of the Conservative party, Boris Johnson during an audience where she invited him to become Prime Minister and form a new government in Buckingham Palace.

But it was there in July. Image: Getty
Right there behind that chair. Image: Getty

The royal documentary brought to light a number of issues suffered by Prince Harry and Meghan Markle that had not been so openly and publicly discussed by the pair prior such as the rift between Prince Harry and Prince William.

The Duchess of Sussex also confessed that her friends warned her against marrying Prince Harry because the tabloids "would destroy your life".

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" ... I never thought that this would be easy, but I thought it would be fair. And that's the part that's really hard to reconcile," Meghan told Tom Bradby.

"But when people are saying things that are just untrue, and they've been told they're untrue, but they're allowed to still say them, I don't know anybody in the world that would feel like that's okay. And that's different than just scrutiny."

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