WATCH: You have to see this boy's reaction to meeting the Queen
Cape Town - A young boy was so overwhelmed when meeting the Queen that he dropped to the floor and crawled towards the nearest exit.
The Queen was visiting Coram, the UK's oldest children's charity, in London on Wednesday. She visited the charity to open The Queen Elizabeth II Centre.
The Independent reports that nine-year-old Nathan Grant son of former Fame Academy (a British TV talent competition) judges Davie and Carrie Grant was so starstruck when he met Her Majesty he snuck away and shouted by as he left the room.
SEE TWEETS OF HER VISIT HERE:
Supporters of the centre, David and Carrie Grant meet Her Majesty. The Queen also meets people who have taken part in the “Young Citizens Photography Exhibition, “The Stranger Series”. pic.twitter.com/pme5qlyVoK— The Royal Family (@RoyalFamily) December 5, 2018
Her Majesty then heard from young people who have been adopted as well as the Chief Executive who said: “Coram is as needed as ever and we shall not rest until every child is protected. The Queen Elizabeth centre will be a place where the voices of children are heard." pic.twitter.com/iLt1KIV7LY— The Royal Family (@RoyalFamily) December 5, 2018
Her Majesty then placed a decoration on the Coram Christmas tree, with some help from little Shylah, aged 8. pic.twitter.com/gZLRrAh5E0— The Royal Family (@RoyalFamily) December 5, 2018