Queen Elizabeth is taking a trip down memory lane—and she’s even giving fans a peek at her teenage years.
Last week, the 95-year-old participated in a video chat with the Royal Life Saving Society, the U.K.'s leading provider of water safety and drowning prevention education. During the conversation, Her Majesty—who has been patron of the organization since 1952—spoke to the society's lifesavers and researchers.
Luckily, the royal family’s official social media account shared a clip from the Zoom on IG. In the footage, Elizabeth revealed that she received a special honor from the RLSS almost 80 years ago: the Society's Junior Respiration Award. It’s given to someone who can set an example for young people and raise awareness about lifesaving and resuscitation qualifications across the Commonwealth.