As the documentary of “Our Queen at 90” by ITV News aired Sunday, fans were left confused about an incident pictured on the show. A report by OK! Magazine said that the viewers of the documentary started to speculate on social media if the Queen owned a pet panda, after footage on the documentary showed a panda approaching an Alsatian dog that was with the family, chasing it around the garden.
The family didn’t seem to be fazed by the panda’s presence and viewers speculated about the panda in the footage, OK! magazine reported. Fans started speculating if the Queen had a panda and a dog as a pet.
Our Queen at 90....did I just see old footage showing a panda chasing an alsation??
— Mike Zeller (@Mike_Zeller1) March 27, 2016
How can itv show a dog and a panda playing in front of the queen without an explanation? #theQueenat90
— Jude (@judd04) March 27, 2016
HOLD THE PHONES. Did the queen just have a dog AND A PANDA in the back garden?????
— smart car (@smartcardriver) March 27, 2016
Meanwhile, the Duchess of Cambridge was seen saying in the documentary that the members of the Royal Family teased her for chatting too much. Kate Middleton said in the documentary, according to the Mirror: “Everyone in the family teases me because I spend far too much time chatting than I should. So I do have a lot to learn still, I suppose!”
About the Queen, Middleton said: “The Queen been a gentle guidance,” adding: “The most memorable day for me was during a visit to Leicester. I went without William so I was a little apprehensive.”
She said, according to the Mirror: “But that day, the Queen took time to make sure I was happy and looked after on that occasion. Again, that shows just how caring she is really.”
Middleton also said that the Queen was pleased when Princess Charlotte of Cambridge was born last May. “The Queen was very pleased that she was a girl,” Middleton said, according to the Mirror, adding: “The Queen is very fond of Charlotte and takes an interest in what she gets up to.”
Middleton also said: “Every time we stay with her, she leaves a little gift for George and Charlotte in their rooms. I think that just goes to show her love for [the children] and for the family.”