Queen Elizabeth celebrated her 94th birthday on Tuesday – and shared private family footage to mark the special occasion.
"Thank you for your messages today," the Royal Family Twitter account wrote with a compilation of clips from the queen's childhood.
In one shot, the queen, then Princess Elizabeth, pushes a stroller that's almost as big as her, in another she plays with a young Princess Margaret.
And, have you ever seen the queen dance?
CHECK OUT THE FOOTAGE – IT'S THE QUEEN LIKE YOU'VE NEVER SEEN HER BEFORE:
Thank you for your messages today, on The Queen’s 94th birthday. ????— The Royal Family (@RoyalFamily) April 21, 2020
?? In this private footage from @RCT, we see The Queen, then Princess Elizabeth, with her family, including her younger sister Princess Margaret. pic.twitter.com/T5IUS8MmQj
Though the queen usually has a much bigger celebration on her birthday, this year there was no gun salute, while changes have been made to the annual Trooping the Colour as the coronavirus continues to spread in the UK.
Millions virtually wished the queen a happy birthday though – including her grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
While they may be apart and self-isolating separately from Her Majesty who is staying at Windsor Castle with Prince Philip, the family reportedly video called the queen to say a few words.
According to People, even Harry, Meghan and, of course, Archie, called in from Los Angeles.