Lily Collins launched an attack against the future King of England and lived to tell about… then again, she was about 2 years old.
While appearing on "The Late Late Show with James Corden" on Jan. 4, the "Emily in Paris" star spoke of sharing multiple experiences with the Royal Family, a few of which didn't go well.
"When I was younger, I was playing with some toys with Prince Charles and I proceeded to kind of like throw something at him, like throw a toy telephone at his head," she said, much to James' astonishment.
Lily estimated that she was "two-ish" when that happened.
The actress, who's the daughter of Phil Collins, also spoke of another faux pas involving Princess Diana.
While attending an event with her parents for the Prince's Trust in the early '90s, Lily presented a bouquet of flowers to Lady Di. While Lily doesn't remember this particular moment, she's been told that she wasn't the greatest guest or the best giver.
"I've been told this is what happened," Lily said. "I'm giving Diana flowers, but the second she went to take them, I then tried to pull them back."
During both incidents, she said, "The air was sucked out of the room."
She added, "I guess I have a tendency to do naughty things as a two-year-old."