Queen Elizabeth has shown her fun-loving side on Tuesday amid the chaos that the royal family is currently in. As the Queen met with the members of the Royal Philatelic Society in London (RPSL) earlier this week, she reportedly cracked jokes that left everyone chuckling off their feet.

On Tuesday, Queen Elizabeth led the opening of the new building of the RPSL and was reportedly in high spirits throughout the event. According to RPSL members, she started cracking a joke when she was about to sign a visitor’s book.

“26th November 2019. Visit of HM Queen Elizabeth II. Celebrating the 150th anniversary of the founding of the Society and the opening of its new headquarters at 15, Abchurch Lane, London,” she wrote in the book. Everyone was reportedly quiet as the Queen arrived. However, Queen Elizabeth broke the ice when she cracked a joke nobody in the room saw coming.

“You’re all terribly silent, aren’t you?” she said, filling the room with laughter. As the joke was totally unexpected, members of the RPSL were reportedly surprised how funny Queen Elizabeth could get. All of a sudden, the Queen was able to fill the quiet room with roars of laughter.

After a few hours, Queen Elizabeth went on to sign another visitor’s book. As someone handed her a copy of the same book she had signed earlier that day, the Queen straightforwardly asked the RPSL member if she was asking her to sign the book again.

“It is the same as this one?” she asked. The member told Queen Elizabeth that it was, apart from that it’s not signed. “Oh well, never mind,” the Queen answered.

Queen Elizabeth is the patron of the RPSL and is an avid collector of stamps. In fact, she reportedly has one of the world’s most valuable stamp collections in the world. Among the stamps she owns is the Mauritius Post Office stamp, which was featured in a traveling exhibition in 2002 in celebration of her Golden Jubilee.

Queen Elizabeth attended the event amid the controversies that the royal family is currently facing, the most recent of which is Prince Andrew’s alleged involvement with convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.

Prince Charles, Queen Elizabeth and Prince William Queen Elizabeth II (centre L) waves to guests as her son, Prince Charles, Prince of Wales (L), and grandson, Prince William, Duke of Cambridge (R), react as she takes her seat in the Royal box on the occasion of Her Majesty's 92nd birthday at the Royal Albert Hall in London on April 21, 2018. ANDREW PARSONS/AFP/Getty Images