• Prince Harry and Queen Elizabeth are close.
  • Queen Elizabeth will do anything for Prince Harry.
  • Prince Harry adores his grandmother. 

Prince Harry and Queen Elizabeth II used to be very close especially when the Duke of Sussex was still single.

In the book “Harry: Conversations With the Prince,” royal author Angela Levin said that the monarch was delighted when her grandson asked her to take part in promoting the Invictus Games.

The Queen was also joined by former President Barack Obama and former First Lady Michelle Obama in the clip.

Initially, Prince Harry didn’t want to put pressure on the Queen to take part in his project, but she was more than willing to do it.

“She’s my boss as the head of the armed forces. But it seemed appropriate four years after her helicopter exit to at the Olympics… And if you have the ability to up one of the Americans, then why not?” he said.

During his interview with Hello! Magazine in 2016, Prince Harry revealed that his grandmother had a great time shooting the promo with him and the Obamas.

"Something needs to be put in stone or in place as a memory. Every single day we still think about her, so it would be very fitting on the 20th anniversary to have something that is going to last forever and is a proper recognition of what she did when she was alive,” he said.

Prince Harry also described the monarch as someone who is incredibly skilled. And Her Majesty agreeing to take part in her grandson’s project proved that she would do anything for her grandson. And in return, the Duke of Sussex would also do anything for him.

Meanwhile, Prince Harry also made headlines this week after a royal expert claimed that his son, Archie, could grow up to be spoiled.

On the “Royals” podcast, Angela Mollard said that Archie is not growing up around his cousins Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis because their parents are not in good terms.

The royal expert suggested for Archie to bond with his cousins more so that he wouldn’t become spoiled.

Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Harry
Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Harry at the annual Chelsea Flower Show at Royal Hospital Chelsea on May 18, 2015 in London, England. Getty Images/Julian Simmonds-WPA Pool