Queen Elizabeth II
The Queen smiles as she arrives before the Opening of the Flanders' Fields Memorial Garden at Wellington Barracks on November 6, 2014 in London, England. Getty Images/Stefan Wermuth-WPA Pool

Queen Elizabeth II reportedly has a secret skill which she employs during her royal tours.

Royal biographer Robert Hardman shared in the book “Queen of the World” what he thinks is the real Queen.

“There are occasions when outsiders catch a real glimpse of the Queen. One quality many have noted is her calmness… Even on her way to one of the most important and sensitive tours of the entire reign, the 2011 state visit to Ireland, the Queen gave no indication of any nerves, though the rest of her entourage were decidedly on edge,” he wrote.

William Hague, the Queen’s foreign secretary, also said in Hardman’s book that there were no signs of tension from the Queen regardless of the situation she was in. Her Majesty is always quite calm and she has already mastered everything.

In related news, the Queen also made headlines this week after it was revealed that she would get to spend time with Prince Harry, Meghan Markle, and their baby because Frogmore Cottage is just five minutes away from where she lives.

A source described Frogmore Cottage to People and said. “It has the most amazing mulberry walk, where we would pick mulberries for Prince Philip’s mulberry gin. And when the Queen is there on a Sunday afternoon, it’s a five-minute walk up the hill for tea with Granny… It’s gorgeous,” the source said.

Until today, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been residing at Kensington Palace. However, they will eventually move out to give way to Prince William and Kate Middleton. According to multiple publications, Prince Harry and Markle will move to the Buckingham Palace soon.

Earlier this year, it was also revealed that Prince Harry and his wife had Frogmore Cottage renovated in time for their baby’s arrival. The royal couple was supposed to move into their property last week but were unable to do so because it wasn’t ready yet.