Queen Elizabeth II Combines virtual unveiling of portrait

The portrait of the monarch from Miriam Escofet is supposed to pay tribute to the queen’s job in boosting U.K. interests all around the world.

The queen saw the painting onto her computer screen, also observed a teacup at the portrait lacked a vital component: Tea. Escofet advised the monarch that she’d contained that the insignia of the FCO about the cup.

“She appeared to respond very favorably for it,” Escofet explained. “She was grinning, asking how long it took and when I had some more jobs on the go following this.”

The unveiling took place during a virtual trip where the monarch was informed about the way the Foreign Office managed the shock wave of this coronavirus pandemic and attracted tens of thousands of British tourists houses from far-flung journeys.