The Queen visited Gorgie City Farm in Edinburgh, Scotland on Thursday.
And while Her Majesty is usually the picture of serene composure during her official royal outings, a cheeky pig saw the British monarch descend into fits of giggles.
Watch the video below to see how the Queen reacted to a very cheeky pig:
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The 93-year-old couldn’t contain her laughter as the pic scratched its body up against a gate, prompting a farmer to explain that the pig "has a bit of an itch". The hilarious footage was shared on Twitter with the caption: “The Queen was amused this afternoon when she visited @GorgieCityFarm and met a rather itchy pig.”
Later on, the royal was spotted looking rather amused as a duck named olive waddled ahead of her during a wander around the farm land.
Farm keeper Maia Gordo said: “It’s a once in a lifetime opportunity and a bizarre moment.
“I never thought I’d be meeting the Queen and walking a duck with her but it was brilliant, lots and lots of fun.
“She asked me a little bit about how long Olive had been here, how old she was and she asked me a little bit about my day-to-day job, which was lovely.
“She seemed really interested in the farm and everything that we do.”
The Queen’s farm visit follows the revelation that she will be “stepping back” from royal duties as the Sussexes and Cambridge’s gear up to head to South Africa and Pakistan respectively.
During a conversation with royal expert Juliet Rieden yesterday, Nine News presenter Belinda Russell said: “As you say, the Queen is stepping back from her royal duties?” to which the royal expert replied “Yes.”
“But it’s going to be a very busy Autumn for both couples.
“We’ve got the tale of two tours - Harry and Meghan heading to South Africa and William and Kate heading to Pakistan.”