The (real, actual) Queen has spoken! Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Harry voiced hilariously unimpressed reactions to President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama’s trash talk about the upcoming Invictus Games, in a new Instagram video posted by Kensington Palace’s official Instagram account on Friday, April 29.
The clip opens up with the redheaded prince, 31, and his grandmother, 90, chatting about the sports competition, which celebrates the athleticism of injured and sick soldiers and veterans internationally.
Harry then receives a text on his iPhone from Michelle, 52, who is saved in his contacts as “F.L.O.T.U.S.” Prince William’s younger brother opens the video message, in which the First Lady and POTUS, 54, remind the single, hunky royal about his American competition.
“Hey, Prince Harry. Remember when you told us to bring it at the Invictus Games?” Michelle asks, before Barack tells him to be “careful what you wish for.” In the background, a presidential staff member motions his hand like he’s dropping a bomb and quietly says, “Boom.”
Immediately, the completely unbothered queen turns to Harry and shakes off the Obamas’ warning. “Really? Please,” Britain’s longest-reigning monarch jokingly scoffs.
Next, the queen’s grandson drops a bomb of his own. “Boom,” Harry repeats, mimicking Barack and Michelle’s message.
“Unfortunately for you @michelleobama and @barackobama I wasn't alone when you sent me that video 😉 – Prince Harry,” the U.K. native cheekily captioned the ‘gram.
The Invictus Games began in London in 2014, and will take place in Orlando, Florida, this May. After appearing at this year’s event in Florida, Harry will make a stop in Toronto to officially launch the 2017 Invictus Games.
ESPN’s five-day coverage of the Invictus Games Orlando 2016 kicks off on ESPN2 on Sunday, May 8, at 8 p.m. ET and continues until Thursday, May 12.
Watch the video above.
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