People see her running the country on a daily basis, but a video of Queen Elizabeth running after her grandson is a rare find!

A video of Queen Elizabeth running after young Prince William during Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson’s wedding had been circulating on Twitter.

“Late post, but it’s been 33 years since the wedding of Prince Andrew and Fergie in 1986,” wrote user @katemidletons in a post.

“And so, here’s Queen Elizabeth running after little Prince William to stop him from getting closer to the carriage. Her Majesty as a grandma is cute.”

The Queen could be seen recomposing herself after catching a puzzled Prince William by the hand.

A young Lady Rose Windsor, the Duke of Cambridge’s cousin, could be seen leading the way to the carriage chase. The rest of the guests jogged behind them including Princess Diana and Princess Margaret who had been running after Lady Rose.

Princess of Wales, Diana, was too far behind so the Queen had only done her duty as grandmother to keep her grandson from getting hurt.

The video had since gone viral and other users had chimed in to react to the hilarious throwback clip.

“As a lifelong equestrian she knows just how bad a tangle with a carriage could be. That move is straight up woman preventing a barn accident,” wrote Diane W. in a tweet.

Twitter user Michelle praised the Queen’s energy in another tweet: “The Queen had more energy at 60 than I've had for years! And I am 52. Go Grandma! Woot woot!”

“Hey, a Nana has to do what a Nana has to do!!” said another Twitter user.

The Duke and Duchess of York got married on July 23, 1986. Prince William served as an adorable pageboy in the wedding. The couple have separated in 1996.

Prince William, 37, has been reported to share a “fun and loving” relationship with his grandmother with photos showing them laughing and smiling brightly during lively conversations. Many event photos also show the Queen looking proudly at Prince William.

After all, she would have many experiences to share with the future King.

Queen Elizabeth Queen Elizabeth II smiles as she arrives at Tweedbank Station on September 9, 2015 in Tweedbank, Scotland. Photo by Chris Jackson/Getty Images