A WOMAN has confused everyone after being able to walk straight into Buckingham Palace and grab a coffee.
On her social media account, the blonde beauty shared a video of herself sitting at a cafe on the premises.
Wearing a white shirt with a black and white striped cardigan over it, she smiles for the camera as she holds a coffee cup with a red border on it that reads: ‘Garden Cafe Buckingham Palace’.
To this, Laura-Ann wrote: “NO: You can’t just walk into Buckingham Palace and ask for a coffee…” followed by a raised hand emoji and a side eye emoji.
After taking a sip of her coffee, she glanced at the cafe’s menu, where they sold latte for £3.60, flat white for £3.40, tea for £3, £80 and hot chocolate for £3.60.
They also have an Afternoon Tea Box for £27.50, bread for £5.50, cakes for the same price and ice cream for £3.75.
“Yes, you can,” she then wrote on the chip, adding that there will be more information in the caption.
She then shared clips of the inside of Buckingham Palace as she walked up a series of stairs before passing through a large room with gold details and a grand piano.
“Behave like my summer home,” TikTok user @allthatspretty added in the caption.
She then took to the comments section to share exactly how people can get to the cafe as she wrote: “BP is open to visitors in the summer just by booking, you can also come and have afternoon tea on the terrace overlooking the garden. “.
One person immediately asked: “How do you book a coffee shop? I could only find one tour xx”.
She replied: “Hey, you don’t need to reserve the cafe after you walk out the door is the garden and the cafe is on the rooftop when you walk out xxx.
“And then just sit and admire the garden.. it’s really beautiful! There’s also an ice cream truck xx”.
And when another asked if they needed to book a garden tour, Laura-Ann told them they only needed a standard admission ticket.
Confused by this, another said: “Whhhhaaaaattttttt?”
And another added: “No way! I would love to do this.”
Adults can buy a general admission ticket for £30 while children under 5 get free admission. From July 14 to August 31, the palace opens to the public at 9:30, the last admission is at 17:15 and the closing time is at 19:30.