The Queen returned from her coronation to a reception of tea and sandwiches with friends at Buckingham Palace.
She was aged 27 when she had her coronation at Westminster Abbey in 1953.
When she got in, her son Prince Charles came into the room where she was sitting with her friends.
The young prince – who was five years old at the time – tried to pick up the crown from a table where it was resting.
A friend recalled the incident: “When we got back to the palace, the Queen lifted off the crown with a sign of relief.”
“I think she said it was giving her a headache,” she added.
“Prince Charles came running in and made a beeline for the crown.
However, he did not manage to get hold of it, the friend said.
“Someone rushed towards him and got there just in time.”
“You could see his little podgy hands were getting ready to try it on for size.”
The story will be revealed on Elizabeth: Our Queen, which airs on Channel 5 tonight at 9pm.
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