Queen Elizabeth

Queen Elizabeth

One of the Queen Elizabeth's page boys collapsed during her speech to MPs and peers.

The four pages of honour were Hugo Bertie, Viscount Aithrie, Charles Armstrong-Jones and Arthur Chatto, and they carried the Queen's train as she arrived in the Lords, but is not known which of these male's collapsed.

The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall, noticed what had happened, and looked over concerned about the youngster before he was carried out of the chamber, reports the MailOnline.

The incident occurred around nine minutes into the queen's speech and she managed to continue reading relatively undisturbed.

She was escorted to the procession for the state opening of Parliament in a new coach, which is named after the Diamond Jubilee, which she celebrated two years ago.

It was a gift from a 64-year-old Australian craftsman, Jim Frecklington, who once spent three years looking after the Queen's horses.

He created a "time capsule of British history" by incorporating fragments from important historical moments onto the vehicle.

The carriage includes armrests from the Royal Yacht Britannia's handrails and apple wood from Woolsthorpe Manor, the birthplace of Sir Isaac Newton, among other elements.