But it seems there's at least one scenario where the93-year-oldmonarch lost her cool, as new footage showsthe Queensnapping at herlady-in-waitingduring a visit to theNational Institute of Agricultural Botanynear Cambridge on Tuesday morning.
But before she rolled up her sleeves, new footage showsthe Queenhanding her trusty blackLaunerhandbagto herlady-in-waiting, asking: "Can you take that? I can't do both."
TheNIAB'schief executive Dr Tina Barsbysaid the plan had been forthe Queento supervise thetree planting, but she surprised everyone when she "gave her bag to someone to hold, and said 'I'm still perfectly capable of planting a tree' and she put the soil in herself",BBCreports.
The monarch was at theNIABto celebrate itscentenarywhich was marked with an exhibition documenting 100years of crop research.
Later on Tuesday,Her Majestyhad lunch atQueen's Collegein theUniversity of Cambridge, of which she is patron, before joining theDuchess of Gloucesterto unveil a new plaque marking theformal openingof the newRoyal Papworth Hospital.
The Queengreeted crowds of schoolchildren andhospital stafffrom thecritical care unit, as well as taking a tour of the state-of-the-art facilities.
Royal Papworth isBritain's leading heart andlung hospital, having carried out theUK's first successful heart transplantin 1979,Express.co.ukreports.
The Queen's day in Cambridge comes after a series of royal engagements in Scotland, which she completed with her children Princess Anne, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward.
Alice MurphyAlice Murphy is a freelance journalist and self-professed news addict. Originally from Ireland, Alice is on a mission to visit every country in the world (telling stories along the way). She is most commonly found eating sushi, drinking strong coffee and reading horoscopes.
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