Harry revealed how he feels when he sees The Queen – and it’s so relatable

When faced with the prospect of coming face to face with the Queen , one may be a little nervous.

But with royal protocol to remember and the sheer intensity of the situation, it’s a totally natural response.

Just ask Prince Harry .

The Duke of Sussex has recently opened up about what it’s really like to bump into his grandmother in the halls of Buckingham Palace .

And his hilarious answer on the subject has surprised some people – because it’s totally relatable.

In a new documentary called Queen of the World, Harry is shown addressing a group of hospitality professionals from the Caribbean who are staying at the palace, reports The Express .

The 34-year-old prince offered the group some advice and went on to reveal that even he still "panics" when he sees the Queen, despite being related to her.

He said: "You guys have spent way more time in Buckingham Palace than I ever have – and you’ve only been here two weeks.

"Have you bumped into the Queen yet?

"If you suddenly bump into her in the corridor, don’t panic.

"I know you will. We all do!"

This isn’t the first time Prince Harry has made a comment like this.

During the BBC’s Elizabeth At 90 tribute documentary, which aired in 2016, he confessed that he views the Queen as his "boss".

He added: "I still view her more as the Queen than my grandmother."

The new documentary, Queen of the World, will be shown in two-parts and provides a special look at the Queen’s role as head of the Commonwealth.

Claudine Jeffrey from Antigua, who was part of the group Harry spoke to, described the Royal household as a "fun place to work".

He said: "I say it’s an adventure every day because every day it is always something different.

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"You never find that you are doing the same thing so that’s really amazing because I love a challenge and I don’t like to be bored.

"To find myself in Buckingham Palace, it is beyond my wildest imaginations."

The show is set to air on September 25 at 9pm on ITV.

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