The Queen wore her gold Millet brooch at the G7 summit (Image: Getty Images)
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The Queen appeared to be making a sweet nod to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle with a special brooch she wore to the G7 summit on Friday.
As she attended the Eden Project in Cornwall, the monarch, 95, wore the Millet Brooch, and royal fans believe it could have a sentimental link to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
The stunning piece of jewellery was given to her in 2007 by the President of the Republic of Botswana at the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting in Uganda.
It features a gold sorghum, or millet, which is the main crop in Botswana – a country known to hold a special place in the hearts of the Sussexes.
Meghan and Harry stepped back from royal duties last year
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Harry has spoken in the past of how he took Meghan for a romantic getaway in the country on their third date in August 2017, reports the Daily Star.
He told the BBC: "I managed to persuade her to come join me in Botswana, and we camped out with each other under the stars."
In an earlier interview with Town and Country magazine, the duke claimed he feels "more like myself than anywhere else in the world" in the country.
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The place holds such sentimental value for the couple that the main stone in Meghan's engagement ring is from the country.
It comes after the Sussexes welcome their second child, naming her Lilibet 'Lili' Diana in honour of Her Majesty and Harry's beloved late mother, Princess Diana.
The trip to the bush camp Meno a Kwena is thought to be where they first fell for each other.
The Queen wore the stunning brooch while attending the Eden Project in Cornwall
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One social media user wrote: “Botswana brooch = supposedly means I love you Harry and Meghan!”
Another said: “The Queen wore her flower brooch from Botswana to the G7 Meeting.
“This is the way she communicates. She was saying 'Hello – I love you to Harry & Meghan & her new little flower!”
While one Twitter user claimed it was a statement of “support for Meghan”.
Back in 2019, Meghan, 39, recreated their Botswana camping trip for her husband’s birthday.
Tents were put up in the gardens of their then-home in Frogmore Cottage, Windsor, and they event slept in identical sleeping bags.