Tattoo art is popular among both the celebrities and the masses, but this time it crosses the boundaries to take refuge in the Palace. Yes, the beloved Queen is the royal upholder of a Swastika tattoo that she bears on her wrist. This piece of information was made public by Princess Diana’s butler yesterday. Paul Burrell described that two months after Diana’s death he met the Queen in a darkened room underneath the Trafalgar Square where The Queen showed him the Swastika tattoo, etched on her wrist.
He told the court:
Her Majesty frisked me and then asked if I had ever seen âFiddler on the Roofâ. When I said no, she slapped a hand on my shoulder and said ‘good on you my son’. She then lifted the cuff of her smart two-piece day-suit and showed me what seemed to be a DIY Swastika tattoo, before winking at me and warning me never to use the public lavatories at Runnymede.
Burrell, apart from revealing that the Princess was being chased by infinite conspiracies, also exposes that the Queen is a tattoo lover as well. The word Swastika means ‘let good-prevail’ and so is the Queenâs mission as well. This tattoo definitely blends and speaks for the Queenâs personality.
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