The time Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom was forced to run after a mischievous William of Cambridge | royals | Royalty | nnda nnni | PEOPLE


At 95 years old, the queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom remains an inexhaustible source of anecdotes. Thanks to the magic of the Internet, a funny moment that occurred during the wedding of Prince Andrew of York and Sarah Ferguson on July 23, 1986 was remembered. This is the story.

It was the Twitter account who published a GIF that records the peculiar moment at the wedding: Queen Elizabeth II chasing a naughty prince Four-year-old William of Cambridge running too close to the back of the carriage carrying the newlyweds.

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The queen, seeing her grandson heading behind the carriage, decides to run after him. The scene gets even funnier if we pay attention to the rest of the image, because those present there are ready to run too, it is not clear if they are following little Guillermo or if they are doing it in imitation of the monarch.

Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom and William of Cambridge leaving the wedding ceremony of Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson.  (Photo: AFP)
Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom and William of Cambridge leaving the wedding ceremony of Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson. (Photo: AFP)

Among the participants in this “improvised race” are the princess margaret Y Diana of Wales. She begins to pick up her pace but stops before the others when she sees her mother-in-law take charge of the little boy, calming down knowing that little Guillermo is safe with his grandmother.

The girl who runs happily to the right side of the queen is Zara Tindall, the eldest granddaughter of Elizabeth II, who does not flinch from the prank of his cousin Guillermo while he jumps and plays with his hat.

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