Boy crawls out of meeting with the Queen

A young boy was so overwhelmed when meeting the Queen that he dropped to the floor and crawled towards the nearest exit.

Nine-year-old Nathan Grant was introduced to the Queen as part of her visit to Coram, the UK's oldest children's charity, in London on Wednesday.

Based at the site of The Foundling Hospital in London, Coram has been helping vulnerable children since 1739.

The monarch visited the charity to open The Queen Elizabeth II Centre - a national centre for children named in her honour.

The centre has been launched as a celebration of the 350th anniversary of the birth of the founder, Thomas Coram.