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Royal Fans Losing It Over Queen's Reaction After Being Told She's 'Heart Of The Nation'

Royal Fans Losing It Over Queen's Reaction After Being Told She's 'Heart Of The Nation'

Meme of the year already.

Royal fans are in stitches after watching the Queen's Platinum Jubilee Celebration on Sunday night, when Her Majesty had a hilarious reaction to being called the 'heart of the nation.'

Viewers couldn't believe their eyes when the monarch so casually brushed off host Alan Titchmarsh's heartfelt praise. Watch the clip here:

The TV presenter told crowds on Sunday night: "For 70 years, there has been one constant heartbeat of this nation. And that heart belongs to Her Majesty the Queen."

And although he was met with a round of applause, Queen Elizabeth simply shrugged and appeared to nod in agreement with Alan's sentiment.

The brief clip immediately took the internet by a storm, becoming an instant meme.

Reacting to the clip, one viewer tweeted: "The Queen always seems like she would be a right laugh."

Queen Elizabeth had a hilarious reaction to Alan's speech.

A second wrote: "Bye she’s such a legend I love her."

A third added: "We need/deserve a shrugging Queen emoji."

And a fourth commented: "That shrug is absolutely brilliant."

"The Queen Shrug will officially be my mood setting from now on," wrote a fifth.

Other viewers predicted that the Queen's nonchalant shrug would become a meme in no time.

"I think this clip is going to foster a LOT of memes," suggested one Twitter user.

"That Queen shrug will be a solid meme before dawn," wrote another.

"You know when you see something live and you just know it’s going to be a meme forever. Queen’s reaction is me to everything" a third added.

Alan raved that the Queen had been the 'heart of the nation' for the last 70 years.

The event marked not only the beginning of the Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations, but also the final night of the Royal Windsor Horse Show.

After cancelling a number of public appearances in recent weeks, attendees cheered when the monarch appeared in the royal box.

The Platinum Jubilee Weekend will officially kick off on Thursday 2 June with the Queen's birthday parade and Trooping of the Colour.

Celebrations will continue through the weekend, wrapping up on Sunday, 5 June with the Big Jubilee Lunch across the nation, and the Platinum Jubilee Pageant in London.

Featured Image Credit: ITV

Topics: Celebrity, The Queen, Royal Family