Kate Middleton and Queen Elizabeth II giggle together in a video that resurfaced on social media.

The Queen and Middleton are rarely seen alone together. However, in a clip shared on Instagram, the two royals are captured sitting beside each other while talking to an officer.

The Queen says something as she opens her arms and the three of them laugh. It remains unknown what Queen Elizabeth II said, but the monarch is very popular for her sense of humor, prompting some fans to wonder what she really said that made Middleton and Her Majesty giggle.

“Would love to know what she said,” one netizen commented.

A number found the clip cute and adorable. Many said that they loved it and somenoted that it’s beautiful.

Unknown to many, the Queen and the Duchess of Cambridge share a surprising talent. Both of them are great mimics.

According to Kevin Allford, one of Middleton’s teachers back in St. Andrews Prep days, she was very good in impersonating people. One of the people the duchess loved impersonating was Joana Lumley of the popular TV show “Absolutely Fabulous.”

“I remember she loved the TV show ‘Absolutely Fabulous’, and she was a great mimic. She used to do an impression of Joanna Lumley, and would always joke to her friends when she thought the teacher wasn’t listening: ‘That’s absolutely fabulous, darling!’” Allford said of the duchess.

Royal commentator Ingrid Seward also described the Queen as a “wonderful mimic” and a “comedian.” Ingrid recalled an informal dinner in Kentucky when the Queen was challenged by her old friend William Farish to mimic one lady’s deep southern accent.

Queen Elizabeth II asked them to give her until after dinner, so she could prepare. When Queen Elizabeth II did it, they were amazed because it was “word-perfect.”

There is no doubt that the Queen and Middleton’s relationship has improved over the years. The Queen even made an exception for the Duchess of Cambridge that she didn’t do for Meghan Markle.

The Queen issued a decree in 2013 granting HRH title to all the children of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. This is the reason why Prince William and Middleton’s kids are prince and princess. Otherwise, only Prince George would have the royal title. If the Queen did the same to Prince Harry and Markle’s kids, their son, Archie, would also have an HRH title.

Queen Elizabeth II and Kate Middleton
Kate Middleton and Queen Elizabeth II during a Diamond Jubilee Nottingham visit on June 13, 2012, in England.  Getty Images/Phil Noble