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The Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom appeared to show off a new hairstyle on Tuesday when she reappeared publicly following the Platinum Jubilee celebrations. The 96-year-old monarch’s new haircut was seen during her Majesty’s audience with the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, at Windsor Castle.
“Very happy to see Her Majesty looking so well and healthy. Beautiful outfit and I love her new haircut,” one Twitter user responded to a photo of the queen’s audience. “Thanks for posting this. Long live the Queen”. Another tweeted: “It seems that the queen cut her hair”.
The monarch’s hair also caught the attention of some social media users on Instagram. “She changed her hair, so sweet”one commented. Another wrote: “Oh I can see her new hairstyle. It’s shorter than usual.”
Elizabeth II’s new hairstyle
The hair of Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom appeared longer during their Platinum Jubilee celebrations earlier this month and on Garter Day last week.
The Archbishop of Canterbury presented the monarch with a special Canterbury Cross in recognition of her service to the Church of England. Sharing photos of the meeting, the account of Instagram of the Archbishop of Canterbury wrote: “It was a great honor to present Her Majesty the Queen the canterbury cross today as a sign of our gratitude for her majesty’s 70 years of tireless service to the @churchofengland – and our love, loyalty and affection.”
Queen Elizabeth II, who celebrates her Platinum Jubilee this year, wore a floral print dress with pearls for the gathering. On the eve the monarch celebrated the 40th birthday of her grandson, the prince william of cambridge. Alongside photos of the Duke of Cambridge, including some with his grandmother, the royal family’s Instagram account wrote: “Happy 40th birthday to the Duke of Cambridge!”