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Inside the Audience Room at Buckingham Palace

held her weekly audience with Prime Minster at today for the first time in 18-months.   

Standing on a French carpet from the 17th century beneath a glittering chandelier, Her Majesty certainly pulled out all the stops for the politician as he attended the palace for the first time since the lockdown.

In an unusual step,  the palace released photos of the pair meeting, showing the audience room is full of rich, historical mementos and sweet family pictures.

Showing her affection for her grandchildren, pictures of several of them took pride of place on her desk.

Among them is the engagement photos of both Prince William and Kate Middleton and Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, as well as a wedding photo from granddaughter Zara’s marriage to Mike Tindall.

Also shown was pictures of the Queen with Prince Charles and Princess Anne with her husband Sir Timothy Laurence, scattered among 18th century artwork believed to  be worth more than £2million and surprisingly a two-bar fireplace which cost just £29.99.

Pictured, the Queen meets Boris Johnson today.

1. The Thames from Somerset House Terrace towards the City by Canaletto 2. Princess Anne and Sir Timothy Laurence. 3. Engagement photo of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle 4. Zara and Mike Tindall’s wedding photo 5. William and Kate’s engagement photo 6. Queen with Prince Charles 7. 18th Century English porcelain pheasants valued at £20,000 8. English gilt mirror, from the 19th Century, valued at £30,000 9. White marble and gilt bronze paintings hanging in the living room. price of bronze wall paintings clock, valued at £4,000 10. Two-bar electric fire, approx.

cost £29.99 11. French carpet from the 18th Century, value unknown

 1. 18th Century Art

On the wall behind the the Queen and Prime Minster is a painting by Canaletto that is dated circa 1750-51. The piece, titled The Thames from Somerset House Terrace towards the City, is part of a pairing created by the Italian artist during his time in London

On the wall behind the the Queen and bronze paintings hanging in the living room. price of bronze wall paintings Prime Minster is a painting by Canaletto that is dated circa 1750-51.

The piece, titled The Thames from Somerset House Terrace towards the City, is part of a pairing created by the Italian artist during his time in London. It recently replaced another painting by the same artist, which hung bronze paintings hanging in the living room. price of bronze wall paintings the room for years, and is believe to be worth upwards of £2million.

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