Princes William and Harry have said that they had no idea that the Queen would star alongside James Bond in a film for the Olympics Opening Ceremony.
The clip, which was shown to audiences across the world during the event last week (July 27), saw Her Majesty escorted out of Buckingham Palace by Bond, played by Daniel Craig, before seeming to 'parachute' out of Bond's helicopter to enter Olympic Stadium.
Talking to the BBC's Sue Barker yesterday (August 3) about the film, Prince William denied any prior knowledge of his grandmother's cameo, saying: "We were kept completely in the dark about it."
However, William remarked that the Queen had since been asked to continue her acting career, admitting: "But now, as she did such a good performance, she's been asked to star in the next Bond film - I'm thrilled for her."
Prince Harry added: "Both of us were slightly surprised with our grandmother's secret hobby - parachuting. It went down unbelievably well."