Queen Elizabeth, 92, and Prince Philip, 97, married in 1947, five years before she became Queen of England.
Taking the throne in 1954, the royal couple headed to Australia later that year for an eight-week tour.
While staying in Victoria, the pair shocked the local press when they were spotted in a public spat.
Many were shocked at the rather unusual interaction between the two while on the foreign visit.
She quickly pulled him back inside, with the event being caught on camera by cameraman Frank Bagnall
An Australian film crew caught the moment the Queen threw a pair of shoes and a tennis racket at Prince Philip.
Just moments after he stormed out of their villa, the Queen was shown to be screaming at him to stop and come back.
She then quickly pulled him back inside, with the event being caught on camera by cameraman Frank Bagnall.
Royal press secretary at the time Richard Colville approached the film crew, with the film quickly exposed and handed over.
Moments later, the Queen appeared in front of them in a composed manner.
Queen Elizabeth: The royal and Prince Philip once fought in public during foreign tour
Queen Elizabeth: The pair were touring Australia at the time of the fight
She said to them: “I’m sorry for that little interlude, but, as you know, it happens in every marriage.
“Now, what would you like me to do?”
The fight was immortalised in the Netflix series The Crown, portrayed by Claire Foy and Matt Smith.
It isn’t the first time the Queen has been angry in front of her staff.
Despite her calm persona, a royal visit by a foreign leader is thought to have caused friction.
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In 1973, President of Zaire Mobutu Sese Seko visited the UK on a royal visit.
He stayed at Buckingham Palace, hosted by the Queen, along with his wife.
However, the Queen later found out the foreign leader had snuck his dog into the country and bypassed customs.
She found out after Mrs Mobuto requested steak to feed to the animal.
The Queen was reportedly furious, telling her aides that the dog was to be removed from the house immediately.