The Queen Photobombs BBC News At Opening Of Broadcast House

Looks like she's got a sense of humour?!

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The Queen clearly likes to keep up with trends as the monarch has become the latest person to photobomb someone else's shot after appearing in the background of the BBC News during a tour of the new Broadcast House in London.

The 86-year-old was there to formerly open the new home of the British Broadcasting Corporation in the capital and it seems was keen to steal the spotlight from BBC News 24 presenters Julian Worricker and Sophie Long during a tour of the news offices. She was being shown the new offices when, clearly distracted by the rolling news that was being shot decided to go off course and peared through the glass at the back of the studio.

Clad in turquoise it's hard to miss the famous face at the centre of the shot.

The Queen photobombs the news (BBCNEWS24)

Who knew that the Queen was so down with the latest crazes? She'll be Instagraming pictures of her lunch in no time. As well as a spot of photobombing she headed over to Radio 1 where she watched The Script's Danny O'Donaghue perform a cover of David Bowie's hit Heroes.

The Queen at BBC Broadcast House earlier today (WENN)

Chatting to The Voice star afterwards, the Queen once again proved she was down with the kids when she chatted to the Irish hunk about Glastonbury. Explaining that he was performing there this year, she joked:

"Oh Glastonbury, the place you get covered in mud?" she remarked drily.

To which he replied: "You've got to bring good wellies."

So should we expect the Queen at Worthy farm this year? We doubt it!