With multiple generations in a family, some people may be intimated by their older relatives who have far more clout and life experience than you.
Although you may have a loving relationship with your family members, you can still get nervous around your elders, especially if your grandmother is the Queen of England.
In the upcoming documentary Queen of the World - which is set to air on HBO on October 1 - Prince Harry admitted he still gets nervous around Queen Elizabeth II, despite rumors that he is Her Majesty's favorite grandchild.
"You guys have spent way more time in Buckingham Palace than I ever have – and you’ve only been here two weeks," Harry said to a group of of hospitality professionals from the Caribbean at the Castle, the Telegraph reports.
"Have you bumped into the Queen yet? If you suddenly bump into her in the corridor, don’t panic. I know you will. We all do!"
Claudine Jeffrey is one of the group members who've traveled from Antigua, and said the experience has been a dream come true.
"It’s a fun place to work. I say it’s an adventure every day because every day it is always something different," she shared.
"You never find that you are doing the same thing so that’s really amazing because I love a challenge and I don’t like to be bored…to find myself in Buckingham Palace, it is beyond my wildest imaginations."
Although the group enjoys the visit, Master of the Royal Household Anthony Johnstone-Burt, said the trip will strengthen the relationship between the royals and the Caribbean.
"Our Caribbean scholars are eight fabulous young people. This very much was an attempt to reach out and see what more we can do to involve the Caribbean realms particularly in the royal household, so it’s very, very special," Burt explained.
The Duke of Sussex isn't the only royal to be featured in the heavily anticipated documentary. Meghan Markle will be giving her first interview since becoming a royal back in May.
While it's unknown how big of a role the Duchess of Sussex will have in the documentary, ITV News’ royal correspondent Chris Ship said Meghan will discuss her early interactions with the Commonwealth and be reunited with her wedding gown for the first time since her wedding. She's also take a look at her iconic veil, which featured flowers of each of the 53 Commonwealth countries embroidered on it.
The documentary's release coincides with Meghan and Harry's upcoming trip to Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga - their first official tour of Commonwealth nations.
"As the family and world leaders discuss the importance of the Commonwealth to the Queen, the series will document the way in which she passes her knowledge and experience to the younger generations," a statement by ITV (who will air the documentary in the UK) acknowledged.
Would you be nervous around the Queen if she was your grandmother? Let us know in the comments!