In celebration of the Queen's 90 years, the BBC asked the head of state, Prince Charles and other members of the royal family to watch old footage of the monarch's life, and filmed their reactions.
And viewers thought the Queen as the new Scarlett Moffatt was the best thing they'd ever seen.
-- Keiran Zolanski (@KeiranZolanski) April 21, 2016
-- Craig (@TheNameIsCraig) April 21, 2016
-- Matthew Wall (@mswalluk) April 21, 2016
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Many thought some of the royals were surprisingly down to earth.
Queen Elizabeth, Prince's Charles, William & Harry, Princess Anne and Lady Sarah - truly lovely people and so down to earth #ElizabethAt90
-- Mummy Lady (@blurghhhhhh) April 21, 2016
#ElizabethAt90 a lovely documentary, the Queen has a fantastic memory and nice to see William &Harry taking the mick
-- mrsmartinemcpherson (@martinemcph) April 21, 2016
"I was bricking myself"
You have to admire Prince Harry's departure from conventional regal vocabulary.#ElizabethAt90
-- Gaz Weetman (@GazWeetman) April 21, 2016
The Queen and Prince Philip were giving some people new relationship goals.
The Queen and Prince Phillip are the ultimate power couple, they are honestly goals ?? #ElizabethAt90
-- katie (@Kaaaaatie_x) April 21, 2016
It was more emotional than Gogglebox for many viewers though.
#elizabethat90 is making me tear up, wonderful woman, our Queen makes me happy to be British.
-- ? (@CaityOlivia_) April 21, 2016
"I'd want to tell her the King would be proud of her" ???? #ElizabethAt90
-- George Melhuish (@GTMelhuish) April 21, 2016
Theirs is obviously more glamorous and lavish, but families are families in every walk of life. Brilliant viewing. #ElizabethAt90
-- Susannah McSpanner (@FemmeDomestique) April 21, 2016