It has also been suggested that the Queen was attempting to ask Anne who would be following the Trumps in the receiving line, a question which could have also prompted a ¯\_ (ツ) _/¯ moment.
Meanwhile body gestures specialist Judi James stated the Queen seemed to "wave" at her daughter, just as if signalling she should come more than and interact or go the procession along.
"I never expected to interact with Princess Anne, but being at a door to avoid people is something I have done in many social situations", wrote author Samantha Shannon. And she wasn't told off by the Queen.
In accordance with Britain's PA Media information company, Princess Anne was pointing to members of the royal family, together with the Deputy Grasp of the Family, Lt. Col. Anthony Charles Richards, and William Peel, the Lord Chamberlain.
During a reception at Buckingham Palace, the Queen, Prince Charles and Camilla stand in line to greet Trump and Melania, while Princess Anne stands off to the side.
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At the young age of 19, Princess Anne also became patron of Riding For The Disabled charity in 1969.
By Wednesday, "Princess Anne" was top of UK Twitter trends. Nonetheless, she insisted on getting back in the saddle and completing the course. "Haven't loved her as much as since she won 'It's a Royal Knockout". Following her retirement from the sport she remarked, "I got them more lavatories".
The princess has been involved in horse-riding for most of her life.
Lip reading experts were not able to decipher precisely what Her Majesty thought to her girl, but Anne might be seen considerably shrugging before laughing from the change.
"Anne raised her hands in the air, laughed and said: "It's just me, ' adding a moment later 'and this lot" as she pointed to the members of the household behind her".
People including Boris Johnson and the Princess Royal were filmed apparently joking about the United States president's unorthodox style, although Mr Trump was not mentioned by name. "Last night I made reference to the fact that there was an unscheduled press conference before my meeting with President Trump". That may be true in private, but when it comes to her public role Anne represents an old-school royal equally devoted to job, Queen and country.