Can you spot the missing photo? The Internet has. 

In the past, eagle eyed royals fans have spotted an array of family photos on a table in Buckingham Palace, including when Queen Elizabeth II met with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson in July. The framed snaps can typically be seen in the background of the monarch's photographed meetings, but during her meeting on Tuesday with Kisha Alexander-Grant, High Commissioner for Grenada, one was noticeably missing. 

Just a few months ago, three photos were arranged atop the table: one of Prince William and Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton from their engagement shoot, a second of William and Prince Harry in uniform and a third of Harry and Meghan Markle, believed to be for their engagement.

However, while the snaps of William with Harry and Kate remain, the shot of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex was no longer on the table when cameras captured it this week, instantly sending the Internet buzzing. 

Queen Elizabeth

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While, according to Metro, a Buckingham Palace spokesman reportedly said it would not be commenting on the pictures, the headline comes amid others spurred by the royals' candid interviews for the newly aired documentary, Harry & Meghan: An African Journey.

Queen Elizabeth II, Boris Johnson, Meghan Markle, Prince Harry, Prince William, Kate Middleton

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While it's unclear why the picture is no longer at its former post, the latest photos show papers and eyeglasses have made their way onto the table, as has a clock. 

Perhaps the queen has simply done a bit of light redecorating. 

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