Toddler gets in adorable tug of war match with royal family member

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Little Girl Gives Duchess Flowers But Decides She Wants Them Back


Britain's Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, was presented with flowers from 2-year-old Elizabeth Colquhoun during a story time with the Learning English Through Stories program at the State Library in Perth, Australia.

But when the adorable tot handled the British royal a bouquet, she had a hard time giving up the present. Instead, the tot found herself in a mini tug of war match with the Duchess of Cornwall. Don't worry -- eventually she finally let her keep the flowers. How cute!

See more of the encounter in the gallery below:

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Toddler gets in adorable tug of war match with royal family member
Britain's Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, is presented flowers from two-year-old Elisabeth Colquhoun during story time with the Learning English Through Stories program at the State Library in Perth, Australia, Sunday, Nov. 15, 2015. The royal couple are on the last day of their six-day visit to Australia. (AP Photo/Sabine Albers, Pool)
Britain's Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, right, laughs after receiving flowers from two-year-old Elisabeth Colquhoun, third left, during story time with the Learning English Through Stories program at the State Library in Perth, Australia, Sunday, Nov. 15, 2015. (AP Photo/Sabine Albers, Pool)
Britain's Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, third right, is followed by two-year-old Elisabeth Colquhoun who had just presented the Duchess with flowers during story time with the Learning English Through Stories program at the State Library in Perth, Australia, Sunday, Nov. 15, 2015. The royal couple are on the last day of their six-day visit to Australia. (AP Photo/Sabine Albers, Pool)
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Camilla and Prince Charles are completing a 12-day tour visiting seven regions in New Zealand and three states and one territory in Australia.

Hopefully her next interaction with toddlers won't be as (adorably) awkward!

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