Royal fans obsessed with ‘best photo ever’ of Queen giggling at Prince Philip – My London

Royal Family fans have branded a re-surfaced picture of the Queen as the ‘best photo ever’ as she giggled with her husband Prince Philip. The late monarch was caught off guard as she and her husband, the late Duke of Edinburgh, were interrupted by a swarm of bees at an official event.

The Queen was snapped giggling in a candid moment aside from her otherwise professional demeanour at official events. Royal Family fans have been sharing the photo of the Queen laughing as the unwanted visitors derailed the Royal event.

Photographer Chris Young, who was working for Press Association at the time of the event, told the BBC: “I got lucky. I recognised that it was a human moment. She was giggling like a little girl and he was laughing too.”

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The Queen is said to have had a great sense of humour
The Queen is said to have had a great sense of humour

“I thought the reaction from both of them was pretty unique. Some of the guests were unsure as to whether they should move, but eventually everyone had to beat a retreat.”

The photo was snapped that the Grenadier Guards’ elite Queen’s Company regiment at Windsor Castle in 2003 as the Queen wore a matching pastel blue outfit as she grinned at the unfortunate mishap. The Royal beekeeper was swiftly called to the event as chaos ensued whilst Her Late Majesty shared a candid laugh with her husband.

Many fans have branded it their ‘favourite photo’ of the Queen as she grinned and laughed in the image, showing off her cheeky personality and good sense of humour. One wrote: “My all-time favourite photo of Her Majesty. Queen Elizabeth II laughing and giggling as she walked by her husband, Prince Philip, who was dressed in full uniform during an event at Windsor Castle in 2003.”

The Queen was known for her sense of humour and was caught on camera with a smile on her face many times over her 70-year-reign.

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