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Queen baffles royal experts with ‘jarring’ changes after Philip’s death

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Royal experts are always watching the Queen and wider royal family to see what they get up to and what it could mean.

Recently Her Majesty has been baffling those experts thanks to some behaviour they weren't expecting.

In fact this behaviour has been branded as "jarring" by a royal commentator, reports The Express.

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The Queen has been very upbeat during her recent public appearances causing this shock among experts.

Since the death of her husband Prince Philip in April, the Queen has put on a "happy face for the public" and has attended several high-profile engagements.

Royally Us host Molly Mulshine said, "I think she has to put on a happy face for the public but also that's not really in line with the British stiff upper lip.

"Maybe she's sending a message that she's a little bit more in her feelings and emotions than she would've been in the past.

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'If you look at photos of her from the eighties and nineties, she never cracks a smile."

Co-host Joe Drake agreed and said, "Maybe that's why it's so jarring. In these pictures I see, it's full teeth – she looks like she's having the time of her life."

The Queen was recently praised for her appearances during the G7 summit weekend in Cornwall on June 11-13.

On June 11 she hosted world leaders for an evening reception at the Eden Project and was seen joking whilst taking a commemorative photograph.

She also hosted US President Joe Biden and his wife Jill Biden for afternoon tea at Windsor Castle.

The meeting was reportedly a success, with the President and First Lady stay an additional ten minutes past their allocated time to converse with Her Majesty.

In a later press interview, President Biden spoke of the Queen's generosity and said, "I don't think she'd be insulted but she reminded me of my mother. In terms of the look of her and just the generosity. She was very gracious."

During an engagement with Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison later in the week, he teased her about her success at the G7 summit.

After greeting the Queen in the Oak Room of Windsor Castle, he said "You were quite the hit. Everyone was talking about you at dinner the next night."

Queen Elizabeth II watches as pallbearers carry the coffin of the Duke of Edinburgh during his funeral at St George's Chapel

The Queen is expected to travel to Scotland for a 4-day tour next week, to visit organisations celebrating Scottish heritage and community.

The Queen has been praised for her commitment to public duty in light of losing her husband of over seven decades, Prince Philip.

Prince Philip passed away on April 9 at Windsor Castle, with the Queen at his bedside.

During a speech at their Golden Wedding Anniversary in 1997, the Queen had described him as her "strength and stay all these years".

At the time of his death, he was 99 years old and was the longest-serving consort in British history.

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