Queen Elizabeth II was recently photographed wearing uncharacteristic hoodie-type head gear while driving her Range Rover following a grouse shooting session at Balmoral.
The 86-year-old grandmother to Harry, 27, and Prince William, 30, is often seen sporting her trademark floral print hats and formal fascinators, but on Saturday she opted for what appeared to be a gray hoodie, which stunned onlookers.
Some critics suspect that the Queen may have actually been wearing a scarf, which, if proven to be accurate, would be far less shocking for the public than her opting to wear a hoodie.
Just days prior, the Queen reportedly met with members of the Royal family at their Scottish estate to discuss the nude photograph scandal involving Prince Harry.
Both Prince Harry and his father Prince Charles were reportedly present for the meeting. Although Harry's brother Prince William opted to skip the tense family meeting, according to a source, he is said to be "not impressed" by the scandal, Us Magazine reported.
The scandalous photos of Prince Harry were allegedly taken during a game of strip billiards with a room full of friends in his Las Vegas hotel suite. Last week Wednesday, they were published by TMZ.com which sparked a media frenzy.
Prince Harry, who is third in line to the throne of England, has undoubtedly upset and caused embarrassment upon the British monarchy.
It is still unclear what exactly the outcome was from his recent family meeting, but new reports suggest that he feels ashamed.
"He feels he has let himself down and is very disappointed with the fact that he allowed it to happen," a source told The Sunday Times U.K.
Prince Harry is no stranger to scandals, and since 2002, he has been mired in at least five separated controversies including his 2002 public admission to using illegal drugs.
The once-innocent fourth grandchild of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, is now considered somewhat of a rebel in contrast with his older brother Prince William.