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The Queen of photobombs!
A couple Australian field hockey players get the shock of a lifetime, when they snap a selife...
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Imagine taking a look at your phone, shortly after snapping a selfie, and seeing the face of the Queen, smiling over your shoulder.

It happened to an Australian field hockey player, taking part in the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland.

Jayde Taylor was warming up with her teammate, Brooke Peris, when the Queen stopped by to say hello.

She was obviously trying to snap a picture with the Queen in the background, but when she checked back, there was the Queen in full photobomb glory.

Taylor told ABC, she was just in the right place at the right time.

"She asked us a bit about the pitch, how we were going and told us to enjoy our time here," Taylor said. "She was lovely. Really, really lovely."

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Imagine taking a look at your phone, shortly after snapping a selfie, and seeing the face of the Queen, smiling over your shoulder.

It happened to an Australian field hockey player, taking part in the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland.

Jayde Taylor was warming up with her teammate, Brooke Peris, when the Queen stopped by to say hello.

She was obviously trying to snap a picture with the Queen in the background, but when she checked back, there was the Queen in full photobomb glory.

Taylor told ABC, she was just in the right place at the right time.

"She asked us a bit about the pitch, how we were going and told us to enjoy our time here," Taylor said. "She was lovely. Really, really lovely."

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