Queen Elizabeth is given flowers by a 2-year-old boy mid-meltdown

When you're cranky, you're cranky! Despite being surrounded by plenty of royals, 2-year-old Alfie stole the show on Thursday when he attended the Horse Guards Parade and Service of Dedication in London.

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The little tot was supposed to present Queen Elizabeth with a bouquet of flowers, but instead he squirmed in his mom's arms, throwing a mini-temper tantrum that was caught on camera.

The cute little boy is the son of Sergeant Mark Lunn and his wife, Corporal Michele Lunn. They both undertook tours of duty in Afghanistan, so their little boy's temper tantrum was definitely only a minor inconvenience.

Naturally, Queen Elizabeth handled the moment like a pro, smiling in her royal blue suit and hat and graciously accepting the flowers when the tiny tot finally handed them over.

The Queen unveiled the all-encompassing memorial for those service men and women and their families who served in Iraq and Afghanistan at the event.

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She was joined by most of her family, including grandsons Prince William and Prince Harry and William's wife, Kate Middleton. Harry, who served two tours of duty in Afghanistan, also spoke about his time in the service.

For more from the event, watch the clip above!