• The Queen met great-granddaughter Lilibet Diana at her Jubilee
  • However, fans waited patiently for a photo of the two together
  • THIS could be the reason why they never got one

When Prince Harry (37) went to England with his entire family to celebrate the Queen's Jubilee, many were waiting for private information. Above all, the first meeting of daughter Lilibet Diana (1) with the British royal family was eagerly awaited.

Unfortunately, fans were then disappointed. There was no official picture of Lili and Queen Elizabeth II – although Meghan (40) in particular is said to have wanted one so much.

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Many thought that the Queen and other family members, such as Duchess Kate, were afraid these photos would end up on US television. But royal expert Camilla Tominey gives another reason why the Queen didn't want a photographer there.

As reported by The Telegraph, Queen Elizabeth had a "bloodshot" eye on the day she met Lilibet at Windsor Castle. It has previously been rumored that the Queen had banned Harry from hiring a photographer as she didn't want to be photographed in a "frail state". 

Maybe at the next meeting there will be an official picture of Lilibet Diana and her great-grandmother, after whose nickname she was named after.