Queen Elizabeth didn’t seem like she was in a good mood during her recent outing in London. Earlier this week, Her Majesty opened one of the biggest housing projects for veterans.

The 93-year-old monarch also visited veteran Michael Brown and his family in their home. The Bowmans were the first to move to the Haig Housing’s latest development in Morden, south London. Bowman served in the Grenadier Guards for 14 years.

During the Queen’s visit to the Bowman’s household, she had the chance to meet Bowman’s wife and two sons. After his youngest child greeted Her Majesty, the Queen couldn’t help but call the young boy’s attention for being noisy.

Bowman’s wife also offered the Queen a cup of tea but she refused. The mom of four was able to give an acceptable reason which was her busy schedule. She said that she couldn’t stay for tea because she still has lots of things to do.

Meanwhile, this wasn’t the only time that the Queen seemed to not be in a good mood. While at the State Opening of Parliament on Monday, she had a furious look on her face. Royal fans and journalists couldn’t help but wonder if the monarch was okay.

Decades ago, she also gave one of her grandchildren a telling off. In a throwback video, the Queen is hanging out with her grandchildren. Princess Eugenie, who was just 2 years old at that time, wanted to ride a big horse just like her older cousins.

The Queen told her that she couldn’t ride a big horse because she’s still young. But Princess Eugenie didn’t stop whining. And when the young royal stepped on her grandmother’s foot, Her Majesty immediately reprimanded her.

And just a few years ago, the Queen also scolded Prince William in public. While at the Trooping the Colour, Prince William kept chatting with Prince George, and the Queen called his attention.

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Britain's Queen Elizabeth II announced a list of new bills ranging from implementing a yet-to-be finalized EU divorce agreement to criminal sentencing. POOL/Tolga Akmen