Queen Elizabeth's secret passion revealed in documentary


The documentary will include a rare conversation between the Queen and the iconic documentary presenter, which was filmed last summer.

In a new clip from the upcoming documentary special "The Queen's Green Planet", Her Majesty is shown walking around the Buckingham Palace garden with "Planet Earth" host David Attenborough, chatting about her love of trees. "It sounds like President Trump".

"The Queen's Green Planet", to be shown on British broadcaster ITV later this month, focuses on the Queen's Commonwealth Canopy, or QCC. "It was then, that she went ahead and said", Sounds like President Trump", and then quickly added, "Or President Obama", thus in her own way making history.

But the laughs don't stop there with Sir David pointing out a sundial incorrectly positioned in the shade.

"Might easily be, yes", the queen says. "That it was planted in the shade, it wasn't in the shade originally, I'm sure?"

The actress described the Queen as a "really lovely lady who really cares about people around the world, and she really cares about the future, and she wants your grandkids and her grandkids to be able to be running around, enjoying nature and other cultures..."

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The Queen was interrupted by a loud helicopter while strolling in her garden with Sir David Attenborough previous year.

"I think she is genuinely concerned about it and interested in it, because she certainly talks about it".

"Isn't it good, yes", the queen says, before flashing a wide grin at a person standing off camera.

Englands's 91 year-old Queen Elizabeth has a secret passion for trees, according to a new TV documentary that will be aired on 16 April.

The Queen and Attenborough have known one another since the 1980s, when he worked as a producer on the monarch's Christmas speeches. Not surprisingly, Attenborough, failed to control his laughter in response.

At one point, the pair discuss the creation of a canopy of trees across the Commonwealth to mark her reign.