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The British Queen’s handbag is a body language communication device.

The British Queen’s handbag is a body language communication device.


According to royal historian Hugo Vickers, the monarch uses her bag to send secret signals to her staff to indicate when she's ready to move on from a conversation. ... Of the handbag hand switch to summon helpers, Vickers said: 'Luckily, they'd let you down easy. '

A throwback to her days as a Girl Guide”. But Hello! did its own digging and discovered the queen carries regular daily items such as her reading glasses, a handkerchief, mints, a fountain pen, a small mirror, lipstick and a metal make-up case (which was a gift from Prince Philip).

According to People, The Queen employs her handbag to signal secret messages to staff. In a 2011 story, the publication reported that Her Majesty moves her handbag from one arm to the other as a signal to her staff when she's “ready to wrap up a conversation or social event”.

Dampier notes that the queen uses the accessory to subtly signal to her staff when she would like to exit a conversation, while Launer CEO Gerald Bodner has mused that “she doesn't feel fully dressed without her handbag.” Fair and reasonable, but maybe it's simply that she would feel uncouth swinging a meathook through ...

According to one of Her Majesty's cousins, Queen Elizabeth carries a portable hook in her handbag. She'll take the hook on visits outside of the palace in case she should need to hang her bag up. ... Other - slightly less surprising items - in the monarch's handbag are reading glasses, a pen, lipstick and tissues.

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