But yes, that's what we were gifted with Thursday, as the Queen hit the town-her first night out, according to People, since March 2016.
The Queen proved she's just like the rest of us and likes the occasional night out when she visited London restaurant, The Ivy, yesterday evening.
Other guests attending the event included Britain's Got Talent David Walliams and the Queen's cousin, Prince Michael of Kent.
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She also celebrated her 80th birthday at the French brasserie and oyster bar, renowned for its exclusive French red wine list.
And the Queen certainly dressed for the rare outing, as she donned a silver dress and shall which she accessorised with a clutch depicting an image of sister Princess Margaret and her children.
While Her Majesty doesn't frequently dine out in London, she still has her favorite: Bellamy's, in posh Mayfair.
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The Queen has reportedly dined out for the first time since March a year ago as she enjoyed an evening at The Ivy in London's Covent Garden last night.
It's not every day you see photographs of the Queen on her way out of a hotspot, offering up a wry smile for the awaiting paparazzi, in the vein of Rihanna or Kim Kardashian West. She was pictured dining there in March past year with her daughter Princess Anne and Princess Alexandra.
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