But that's exactly what the Queen did, though, when a helicopter flew over the garden in which she and Attenborough were walking.
However, while she was talking 91-year-old naturalist Sir David Attenborough through it, a helicopter started to circle overhead. "Of course they've said 'Oh well, let's give her a plant ... or a tree or something'".
Hollywood star Angelina Jolie, and her six children, also feature in the ITV documentary due to be screened next Monday, and she praises the Queen for supporting the project which aims to create a network of protected Commonwealth forests around the globe.
She was filmed complaining about the noise while strolling in her private garden at Buckingham Palace with British broadcaster Sir David Attenborough last June. "That it was planted in the shade, it wasn't in the shade originally, I'm sure?"
"Why do they always go round and round when you want to talk?"
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At one point the conversation between the two is interrupted by the obnoxiously loud sound of a passing aircraft.
The Queen and Sir David Attenbrough are born three weeks apart. "Sounds like President Trump, or President Obama", she joked.
Like many a pensioner, the pair are recorded complaining about health and safety and attempts to prevent children playing conkers. "Can't both be", she says.
During another humorous moment, the head of state spots a young sapling bent over and quips: "That one we won't look at because it doesn't seem to be doing very well". "Somebody sat on it, I think at a garden party", she said.
The documentary, "The Queen's Green Planet", is scheduled for broadcast on ITV on Monday.
The Queen's Commonwealth Canopy was the idea of Labour MP Frank Field, who found successive governments lukewarm about it until the monarch supported the project.