The second Invictus Games, the Olympic-style, multi-sport event for injured and sick army service personnel and veterans, is happening later this year in Orlando, Florida.
The event’s founder, Prince Harry, roped in U.S. President and first lady Barack and Michelle Obama to help him promote this year’s games, and his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth, graciously agreed to participate.
A video, released earlier today on the Kensington Palace Twitter account, shows Harry and Liz sitting around, reading a brochure for the upcoming event, when his phone buzzes with a message from Michelle.
“Hey Prince Harry,” says Michelle, arms folded. “Remember when you told us to bring it at the Invictus Games?”
“Careful what you wish for,” adds Barack, as a serviceman in the background interjects with a “boom.”
“Boom, really, please,” the Queen responds.
We now live in a world in which the Queen has said “boom” in a viral video, while her grandson Harry drops an imaginary mic. Interesting times:
— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) April 29, 2016
Source: Vanity Fair.