Queen Camilla And Brigitte Macron’s Hand-Hold Weirdness Has Observers Up In Arms | EUROtoday

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Her Beatles countrymen sang “I wanna hold your hand,” however Queen Camilla wasn’t shopping for it on the D-Day ceremony in Normandy on Thursday.

French first woman Brigitte Macron tried to carry Camilla’s hand and received a seemingly chilly response from the British royal, in accordance with observers.

After the 2 laid wreaths on the memorial, Macron reached for the queen however Camilla saved retreating. The first woman then grasped Camilla’s hand for a fleeting second earlier than Camilla appeared to withdraw once more. The two then walked again towards the viewers, holding their distance.

Several shops famous that the royal household’s outdated web site web page specifies “there are no obligatory codes of behavior when meeting the Queen or a member of the royal family, but many people wish to observe the traditional forms.” Those can embody a curtsy or a handshake, in accordance with the positioning.

To many observers, Camilla was responsible of “snobbery” whereas giving Macron “the cold shoulder,” er chilly hand.

Camilla’s husband, King Charles, alternatively, appeared to emanate a hotter vibe in greeting French President Emmanuel Macron.

CHRIS JACKSON through Getty Images

They additionally hugged ― however doesn’t it look like Charles is extra the hug-ee than the hugger?

Chris Jackson through Getty Images

Anyway, we hope their wives are nonetheless on ping-pong-playing phrases.

HuffPost reached out to Buckingham Palace for remark.