It's mostly believed that women love to carry handbags everywhere. Most of them store their lipsticks, handkerchief, money and lots of other stuffs in there. But coming to the late Queen's case, it stroke so different.
The late queen Elizabeth II who ruled for 70 years being the longest monarch in the British history has her own reason for carrying the black handbag. 

She mostly use her handbag as a way of communicating to her guards and followers 
In 2011, royal historian Hugo Vickers told People that if she passed her handbag from one hand to the other it was a signal that she needed assistance getting out of a conversational corner. 

If she dropped her handbag during dinner it means she's fed up with the meal and needs a change of location.

He added ‘It would be very worrying if you were talking to the Queen and saw the handbag move from one hand to the other,’ he said.  'It would be done very nicely. Someone would come along and say, “Sir, the Archbishop of Canterbury would very much like to meet you.”’

A stealthy and diplomatic tool of communication, the Queen's handbag epitomised her always appropriate - sometimes playful - approach to getting dressed.
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