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:
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.”
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.”