Prince Harrys revelation about bumping into Queen at Buckingham Palace

Many of us would be lost for words if we bumped into Her Majesty the Queen unexpectedly, but Prince Harry has revealed that even he sees her as “the boss” and often thinks of her more as the monarch than his grandmother,

In a clip from a 2018 documentary about the Queen's role as head of The Commonwealth, Harry joked about feeling a sense of "panic" whenever he bumped into his grandmother in the hallways of Buckingham Palace.

In the HBO documentary, Queen of the World, Harry is shown addressing a group of hospitality professionals from the Caribbean who are staying at the palace.

The prince offers the group some advice, reports the Daily Mirror, and goes on to reveal that even he still "panics" when he sees the Queen, despite being related to her.

He said: "You guys have spent way more time in Buckingham Palace than I ever have – and you’ve only been here two weeks.

"Have you bumped into the Queen yet?

"If you suddenly bump into her in the corridor, don’t panic.

"I know you will. We all do!"

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The pressure likely came from his thinking of the Queen as his "boss", which he has also previously discussed.

During the BBC's Elizabeth At 90 tribute documentary, which aired in 2016, he explained how it's difficult to just think of the monarch as his gran.

He added: "I still view her more as the Queen than my grandmother."

Harry has only seen his grandmother several times since he quit the UK to move to America with his wife Meghan Markle and their children.

It is hoped he will come to the UK to visit this year – especially for the Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations in June.

A legal representative of the prince has said he wants to bring Lilibet and two-year-old son Archie to visit from the US but they are “unable to return to his home” because it is "too dangerous".

Harry is suing over a decision not to allow him to pay for police protection for himself and his family while in the UK.

He argues that his private protection team in the US does not have adequate jurisdiction abroad or access to UK intelligence information which is needed to keep his family safe.

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