Queen Elizabeth II unknowingly filmed the Netflix hit show Bridgetown To stop once.
The newly released show once had an impact on this streaming giant through the ridiculous schedule of the dictator as a scene was being filmed at Lancaster House.
The London property, once part of the palace complex, is often used for royal ceremonies.
Schweiner and executive producer BridgetownChris Van Dawson recalled the day the Queen “needed space” and asked the crew to stop filming.
Responding to a fan on Twitter, he said: “We had very limited time to shoot this scene before Ms. (really) needed space at Lancaster House, London #Bridgeton.”
The scene in question was filmed in a hurry with limited time on the clock as the characters of Daphne Bridgeton and Duke of Hastings, Queen Charlotte, can be seen applying for a marriage license.
For non-transfiguration, Queen Charlotte was the wife of King George III and the great-grandmother of Queen Elizabeth II.