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Royal fans go wild as 2005 clip of the Queen saying 'nah' resurfaces

Daily Mail logo Daily Mail 7/29/2021 Bridie Pearson-jones For Mailonline
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The Queen has been compared to 'every bloke in the UK' after a video of her answering a question using the slang term 'nah' has gone viral.  

Royal watchers were left giggling after the hilarious video of Her Majesty being filmed while having her 80th birthday portrait painted resurfaced on TikTok.  

In the clip, which was first broadcast on New Year's Day 2006 on the BBC, the Queen remarks she 'sees herself ageing'. 

When asked if that upsets her, the monarch replies, 'Nah. Not really'

 The clip was posted on TikTok by user arksteriff, who commented she was 'answering a question like every bloke in the UK' while hundreds of others commented she 'turned into Phil Mitchell' and 'forgot she was the Queen for  second'.

The video first aired in BBC One's  The Queen, by Rolf, a documentary about the now-disgraced Australian artist Rolf Harris painting Her Majesty's 80th Birthday portrait. 

Many viewers were tickled by the clip, with one writing: 'She's a legend'.

Another said: 'Queenie belongs to the streets'.

A third added: 'That's the most relatable I've seen her'.

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Disgraced children's entertainer Harris was convicted of 12 indecent assaults at Southwark Crown Court in June 2014, and was sentenced to six years behind bars.

However, he was released from HMP Stafford on parole in May 2017 after serving just three years of his sentence.

During his time behind bars he was hospitalised after his diabetes spiralled out of control.

Harris's assaults include one on an eight-year-old autograph hunter and two against girls in their early teens, as well as a catalogue of abuse against his daughter's friend of over 16 years.

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Some of the offences had been carried out while his daughter was in the same room. He admitted having a relationship with the woman, but said it only started when she reached 18.

Of the 12 convictions, one was overturned on appeal in November 2017, and a jury chose not to convict him in two additional cases in the same year.    

The current whereabouts of the portraits are unknown as it was removed from the Queen's gallery after Harris's convictions.  

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