Queen Elizabeth II has an “incredible” relationship with Prince Harry.

The Queen is very close to her grandchildren, including Prince William and Prince Harry. However, according to a royal commentator, she reportedly trusts the Duke of Sussex more than the Duke of Cambridge and consults him on many things.

“She relies on [Harry] enormously now,” the royal commentator revealed in the “Harry at 30” documentary. “She loves him to death and she trusts him totally.”

The source added that it was Prince Harry who convinced Queen Elizabeth II to do the "James Bond" stunt at the Olympics in 2012. Meghan Markle’s husband reportedly told the Queen, “c’mon granny, you gotta take it to the limit, you gotta do it.”

“She consults him on young people’s issues, so she asks him about texting, about social media, about Twitter,” the royal correspondent added.

Many noticed the Queen’s special spot for Prince Harry. According to Grant Harrold, a former royal butler and etiquette expert, the Queen “does let her guard down with Prince Harry.” He pointed out that there’s a “special relationship” between the two and he wonders if Prince Harry reminds the Queen a little bit of Prince Philip.

The pair has been caught on camera sharing their funniest and cutest moments together. In 2016, Barack and Michelle Obama waged a friendly war against Prince Harry for the upcoming Invictus Games and the duo fired back.

A clip shared on Twitter featured the monarch and Duke of Sussex watching the Obamas’ video together. After seeing it the Queen looked at Prince Harry and said, “Boom, really? Please.” Then, Prince Harry made a funny face and copied the mic drop symbol and said “boom” while looking at the camera.

According to E! News royal correspondent Melanie Bromley, Queen Elizabeth II has a more “fun” granny-to-grandson relationship with Prince Harry compared to Prince William. The Queen’s relationship with the Duke of Cambridge is reportedly “half family and half business.” Due to this, many felt that the Queen’s favorite grandson is Prince Harry.

However, some do not agree with this. According to Christopher Andersen in his book “William and Kate: A Royal Love Story,” the Queen had taken a special interest in Prince William because she knew that the monarchy rested squarely on his shoulder.

Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Harry and Prince William
Queen Elizabeth II’s favorite grandchild is not Prince William but Prince Harry. Pictured: Queen Elizabeth II, Prince William, Kate Middleton and Prince Harry after the service of thanksgiving at St.Paul’s Cathedral on June 5, 2012 in London. Getty Images/ Oli Scarff