Lily Collins wasn’t your average child.

The actress, who has been busy promoting season 2 of “Emily in Paris”, chatted to James Corden on Tuesday’s “Late Late Show” and was asked about a photo showing her handing Princess Diana a bouquet of flowers as a toddler.

Collins explained how she was with her dad, musician Phil Collins, and her mom Jill Tavelman at the time and she’d been told what apparently happened.

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She shared, “I’m giving Diana flowers, but the second she went to take them I then tried to pull them back,” joking it immediately sucked all the air out of the room.

Collins added that she was wearing a cute dress so nobody could punish her.

And that wasn’t her only royal encounter as a kid.

Collins went on, “I was also told that when I was younger, I was playing with some toys with Prince Charles and I proceeded to kind of throw something at him like throw a toy telephone at his head,” saying she was around two years old at the time.

Corden then laughed that he didn’t know Charles was that into Phil Collins’ band Genesis.

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“Were you just hanging out with the Royal Family all the time?” the host questioned. Collins said her father did a lot for the Prince’s Trust and she would just go along for the ride and had a tendency to do “naughty things as a two-year-old.”

Collins then revealed how Parisians reacted to seeing her in the city of love while filming her show: