The Queen was reported to police for not wearing a seatbelt as she travelled to the State Opening of Parliament in her official car.
The West Yorkshire Police Contact Centre even tweeted about the incident.
But the force said the caller also thought it was a good idea to ring their local police force, as the Queen was travelled with Prince Charles through London from Buckingham Palace to Westminster.
UK law states that drivers and passengers “must wear a seat belt if one is fitted in the seat you are using,” and if you are cited for not following that ordinance, then you could be fined up to $634 (converted from £500). With that being said, Queen Elizabeth II seems to have skipped out on the ruling.