Little boy chucks enormous tantrum during meeting with the Queen

A two-year-old boy didn't seem too pleased on Thursday upon having the chance to meet Queen Elizabeth II in London. His mom held on to his arm, but he kept fidgeting and sat on the ground.

Naturally, Queen Elizabeth handled the moment like a pro, smiling in her royal blue suit and hat and graciously accepting the flowers when the tiny tot finally handed them over.

The statue unveiled by the Queen yesterday honoured those who served Britain during the Gulf War, and recent conflicts in Afghanistan and Iraq.

The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh smiled as the officer tried to calm the boy after the child flailed his arms around and refused to hand over the gift.

The British monarch had been at a Drumhead Service on Horse Guards Parade in Whitehall, London, where she was joined by other royals, such as Prince William and and Princess Kate, to pay tribute to fallen soldiers.

We can't exactly make this declaration about a two-year old boy named Alfie. "We were trying to prevent Alfie from pulling everything off us".

During the royal appearance, the Queen met the Lunn family Sergeant Mark, 29, who was awarded the Military Cross for his bravery during a fire-fight in Basra, and his wife Corporal Michelle, 26. "He was fine up until a few minutes before the Queen arrived".

  • Zachary Reyes