Hilarious TikTok of the Queen goes viral: 'Legend'

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A hilarious video of the Queen saying "nah" has resurfaced after it was uploaded to TikTok this week, leaving royal fans surprised and giggling.

The video was originally filmed when Her Majesty was having a portrait painted by disgraced Australian artist Rolf Harris.

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Royal fans were surprised when a video of the Queen saying "nah" resurfaced and was uploaded to TikTok this week. Photo: Getty

In the video, the Queen talks about the various portraits she's had done over the years and how "you see yourself ageing in front of you".

When asked if that upsets her, she simply replies, "Nah."

Since being shared to TikTok by user @arksteriff, it has been viewed 2.2 million times with users in hysterics over the Queen's response.

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"The Queen answering a question like every bloke in the UK," the caption read.

"Met her at a charity do. Surprisingly down to earth and very funny," one user commented.

"If you don't like Lizzy, I don't like YOU, as simple as that," another wrote.

"My dad met her a few times as a soldier on official visits. He says she's very funny and loves a good practical joke," someone else added.

"My dad knew her and says she's nowhere near as posh as everyone thinks," a fourth said.

"She's a legend," another added.

"It makes her sound a lot more relatable though," one person wrote.

The portrait was unveiled at the Queen's Gallery in Buckingham Palace and was displayed publicly for a year.

Harris was later jailed for five years in 2014 after being convicted of 12 counts of indecent assault against four girls. 

It's believed the portrait was removed from the gallery, but its whereabouts are unknown. 

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