A video of Princess Anne seemingly refusing to greet Donald Trump has gone viral on social media.
In the video, Trump and his wife Melania are greeted at the NATO summit in London by Queen Elizabeth, Prince Charles and his wife Camilla.
While Princess Anne is in the room, she is noticeably absent from the lineup.
When her mother, Queen Elizabeth sees Anne standing in the corner, she appears to pointedly stare at her daughter - who is having none of it.
In response to her mother's sass, Princess Anne doubles down and simply shrugs.
The video went wild on Twitter, with people praising Princess Anne's feisty attitude.
However, others suggest the moment is not as it appears. Metro reports after shaking hands and chatting with Trump the Queen turned to greet another world leader - and did a double take when she saw her daughter standing there instead.
The princess then raised her hands, and said "it's just me," according to an unnamed lip reader quoted in Metro.
While she may or may not have shrugged off her mother's death glare, Princess Anne caused further controversy later in the evening.
She was captured on camera with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau as he mocked Trump.
While Anne was not caught speaking ill of the US President, she was present as Trudeau and other world leaders laughed at him.
The conversation, which involved Trudeau, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, French President Emmanuel Macron and Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte recorded on video and snippets were audible.
"Is that why you were late?" Johnson asked Macron.
"...It was like a 40-minute press conference," Trudeau said. "Yeah, yeah, yeah! Forty minutes."
"I just watched his team's jaws drop to the floor."