To make sure you never miss out on your favourite NEW stories, we're happy to send you some reminders

Click 'OK' then 'Allow' to enable notifications

Viewers Reckon They've Spotted The Queen In Crowd At Glastonbury

Viewers Reckon They've Spotted The Queen In Crowd At Glastonbury

Is that you Lizzy?

Glastonbury Festival is back after three years away and people reckon none other than the Queen has popped down to Worthy Farm. See for yourself here:

More than 200,000 people have descended on the famous farm in Somerset to watch some of the world's biggest artists - but viewers at home reckon they've spotted a name bigger than all of them lying low in the crowds.

During coverage of Robert Plant, the camera cut to a woman bobbing along in the crowd - that woman, was the Queen.

Well, that's what some people thought.

That you Lizzie?

Her Maj was rocking a blue cagoule and sunglasses, as well as a brunette fringe, which was presumably part of her disguise.

Last thing you need is people swarming you when you're trying to bob to some Led Zep, amirite?

Taking to Twitter, one person wrote: "Lovely to see the Queen enjoying a bit of Robert Plant at #Glastonbury."

Another added: "The Queen has turned up at Glastonbury to watch Robert Plant. That disguise is fooling nobody #Glastonbury."

The Queen may be 96, but that doesn't mean she's too old for Glasto.

An 82-year-old is in attendance at this year's fest - and she said she still plans to get as near to the front as possible, despite her Zimmer frame.

Pat Brooks, who is known as Nanny Pat, asked for a ticket to the iconic festival for her 80th birthday in 2020, but her wish was put on hold when the coronavirus outbreak resulted in the cancellation of the event.

Two years on, she finally stepped foot inside the Glastonbury gates on Wednesday (22 June), and apparently she'll be listening to 'absolutely everything'.

What's more, Sir Paul McCartney will make history tonight (Saturday 25 June) as the festival's oldest solo headliner – a day after Billie Eilish became the youngest ever solo headliner, aged 20.

The former Beatle's headline show will come a week after he celebrated his 80th birthday and more than 60 years of making music.

Sir Paul’s performance is expected to attract an especially large crowd and could rival those of The Rolling Stones in 2013 and Adele in 2016.

The Pyramid Stage will host an array of talent before Sir Paul, including Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds, HAIM and AJ Tracey.

Featured Image Credit: BBC

Topics: Music, Glastonbury