Since Queen Elizabeth rarely gives interviews, her personal feelings and political opinions are not commonly shared with the public.
But one cause she publicly endorses is showing respect for the servicemen and women who sacrifice so much for her country.
The usually stoic Queen recently showed a rare display of emotion at the 100th anniversary of the Remembrance Sunday commemorations in London, an annual event that honors the fallen heroes of the First and Second World Wars.
As 800 troops marched in procession down on the streets below, and the poignant song “Last Post” rang through the air, the overcome Queen could be seen wiping away a tear.
Meghan Markle was also in attendance. But many Americans watching from home were quick to note that the Duchess of Sussex was not standing with the Queen, Kate Middleton, and Prince Charles’ wife Camilla.
Instead, Meghan was standing all the way over on a different balcony situated outside the Cenotaph memorial.
Social media, of course, lit up with accusations that Meghan had been snubbed by the Queen, but fear not.
As you’re about to learn, it was all about the pecking order …