Queen Elizabeth II
Queen Elizabeth II arrived in Balmoral on Tuesday. Pictured: The Queen awaits the arrival of U.S. President Donald Trump at Windsor Castle on July 13, 2018 in Windsor, England. Getty Images/Richard Pohle - WPA Pool

Queen Elizabeth II arrived in Balmoral on Tuesday to kick off her summer vacation.

While there, the 92-year-old monarch was welcomed by a cheek Shetland Pony Mascot Cruachan IV. According to Vogue, while the Queen was greeting the pony, it relieved itself in front of Her Majesty.

“Here we are again,” the Queen told the pony while covering her nose.

The publication noted that the Queen actually loves horses, and she even breeds them and rides them. So it is quite hard to say that Cruachan IV purposely disrespected the Queen. But royal fans couldn’t help but not that when the Queen met the pony last year, and Cruachan IV tried to bite her bouquet of flowers.

In a video uploaded by Vogue, the Queen is seen scolding the pony gently before caressing its nose. In 2014, the monarch also had another encounter with the pony during their meet up. Everything appeared to be going well, but after the Queen walked past the pony, Cruachan IV let out a big neigh.

But the hilarious pony has not only been targeting the Queen. A few months ago, Cruachan IV also met Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in Edinburgh. The pony tried to bite the Duke of Sussex when he tried to pet Cruachan IV. Markle couldn’t help but laugh during the incident.

In related news, the Queen was welcomed by a massive crowd of people as she made her way into Balmoral estate. She will be staying on the property until next month. But the Queen’s vacation wouldn’t completely free her off some tasks.

While in Scotland, the mom of four will be inspecting the battalion of the Royal Regiment of Scotland. The group is the one responsible for providing security for members of the royal family.

The Queen will be joined by some of her family members in the estate. Prince Harry and Markle are confirmed to bond with her. Richard Fitzwilliams, a royal expert, told Express that Markle will be undergoing her first royal initiation when she heads to Scotland this summer.

“An invitation to Balmoral, where the Queen is expected to remain until September, is traditionally part of the initiation into the royal family,” he said.