On Wednesday the Queen was the guest of honor at Coram, the oldest children's charity in the United Kingdom. The monarch was at the London campus to open a center in her name, 92 years after her father, King George VI, visited.
The highlight of the day, however, involved nine-year-old Nathan Grant, who was supposed to be introduced to the Queen. Grant, however, got stage fright.
While Grant's mother might have been mortified, the Queen and her family actually enjoy when things don't go according to plan. The itinerary for a royal engagement is so air tight that the slightest mishap is welcomed.
"Sometimes, the royal family quite like it when things go wrong because it adds a bit of humor and it gives them something to enjoy and talk about," royal expert Victoria Arbiter once explained to Insider.
Not to mention the Queen is used to gaffes; she's married to the Gaffe Master himself.