Camilla Parker Bowles was caught on camera winking behind Donald Trump’s back during the U.S. President’s recent visit to the U.K. The clip spread like wildfire on social media and quickly earned the Duchess of Cornwall the title “Twitter star.”

The controversial wink happened after Camilla, Prince Charles, Donald Trump and Melania Trump linked up for a photo on Monday at Clarence House. According to reports, Camilla winked at a member of the staff following the photo shoot before they sat down together for a tea meeting.

The royals kept it civil throughout that day with Trump’s family, sharing meals with them and touring them around the Palace. Queen Elizabeth even gave their guests a toast at a state banquet that evening, honoring the friendship between the U.S. and the U.K. However, Camilla broke the fourth wall when she snuck a look at the cameras around them and winked in jest.

The video of Camilla shutting an eye with a wide smile behind Trump immediately made the rounds online, earning generally positive comments from Twitter users. “Camilla’s wink is probably the best thing about the visit so far,” one Twitter user noted.

“Camilla’s wink is all sane people on earth,” another noted. Another Twitter user even joked that Camilla’s approval rating tripled after the wink.

While most fans were clearly entertained by Camilla’s gesture, some questioned what Camilla might have been thinking when she made the viral wink. According to the Washington Post, Camilla’s wink came off as an acknowledgment “that the spectacle was really unfolding.”

She was probably telling the press that their happenings with Trump that day were as absurd as they looked. During the state banquet that evening, the Duchess of Cornwall did not look entertained while Trump was delivering his speech.

Since she became a royal, Camilla has been known for being the darling of the press. In fact, many consider her as one of the most amiable with the royal press pool. In the eyes of Twitter users, that cute wink she made behind Trump on Monday was all it took for them to approve of her as the future queen consort.

Queen Elizabeth, Donald Trump, Melania Trump, Prince Charles, Camilla Parker Bowles President Donald J. Trump, First Lady Melania Trump and Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II, accompanied by the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall, participate in a welcome ceremony at Buckingham Palace Monday, June 3, 2019, in London. Official White House Photo by Andrea Hanks