Royal fans left in stitches as Queen says ‘nah’ in unearthed video

An unearthed clip showing Her Majesty speaking in "slang" has left royal fans in stitches, with some joking she "forgot she was Queen for a second".

The video, which has gone viral on TikTok, showed a snippet of the moment the monarch was getting her 80th birthday portrait painted inside Buckingham Palace in 2005.

The oil painting was commissioned by the BBC and was created by disgraced painter Rolf Harris, who was later convicted for indecent assault in 2014.

TikTok user @arksteriff shared the short BBC clip on Tuesday and said: "The Queen answering a question like every bloke in the UK."

In it, Her Majesty is talking about the other portraits she has had done in the past.

She then says: "The trouble is you can sort of see yourself ageing in front of you."

Rolf rinses his brush and asks her: "Does that upset you?"

The Queen looks down and replies: "Nah."

In his now-viral TikTok video, the uploader said: "Can't get over the Queen saying 'nah'."

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His clip has amassed 2.1 million views and royal fans were in hysterics.

One said: "She forgot she was the Queen for a second."

A second commented: "Well, she is from London init."

"I'm dead haha," a third wrote. "This is making her more relatable though.

Another said they learned something new about the royal accent, adding: "Now we know what RP [received pronunciation] 'nah' sounds like."

This came after another old clip re-emerged showing the Queen "telling off" Prince William during the fly-past at Trooping the Colour in 2016.

She saw the Duke of Cambridge talking to her grandson Prince George at the balcony and gave him a tap on the shoulder, asking him to "stand up".

William quickly obliged and joined the rest of the Royal Family members to watch the RAF planes fly past the palace in a spectacular formation.

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