The Queen leaves Platinum Jubilee fans in hysterics as viewers spot her reaction to Alan Titchmarsh’s speech


THE Queen left viewers of ITV’s Platinum Jubilee Celebration show in hysterics last night – with a simple shrug.

Cameras picked up the moment after Alan Titchmarsh delivered an incredibly gushing speech but she didn’t look remotely bothered.

Alan Titchmarsh’s emotional speech didn’t appear to hit the mark

Alan said: “For 70 years there’s been one constant heartbeat of this nation, and that heart belongs to Her Majesty The Queen.”

As the crowds applauded, cameras turned to the 96-year-old monarch who looked entirely unmoved by the gushing speech.

The Queen was seen turning to the man on her left and shrugging before turning back.

One fan watching the clip online tweeted: “What a boss! I love her.”

Another posted: “The queen shrugs as if she doesn’t understand why the fuss is all about. So cute.”

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Others called the clip “excellent” and said it was the “perfect reaction”.

Phillip Schofield, who was the face of ITV’s coverage of the event called it “one of the greatest shrugs of all time”.

He jokingly added that she was thinking: “Yeah, yeah, whatever.”

Holly Willoughby added: “Quite right, quite right.”