Dame Helen Mirren has shown her sense of humour is still intact, stepping out wearing a special T-shirt, following her four-letter outburst in the guise of The Queen.
And some amateur video has emerged of the incident, which took place over the weekend outside the Gielgud Theatre in London's West End. WATCH ABOVE.
In the video, Dame Helen can be seen in a blue cardigan as part of her costume, berating the drummer and gesticulating at the nearby theatre where, it can be surmised, she was struggling to be heard over the drums.
The Oscar-winning actress was happy to pose for photographs on Sunday, wearing a customised T-shirt that promoted As One In The Park, a new LGBT festival to be held in Victoria Park over the next May Bank Holiday.
Dame Helen can see the funny side now
But the back of her top referred to her tirade against a troupe of drummers outside the London theatre where she is currently playing the Queen.
Over the weekend, Mirren had stormed out of the middle of her West End stage performance as The Queen, in full costume, to tell a noisy street band outside the theatre to "shut the f*** up".
Dame Helen with a copy of Sunday's Sun, covering the incident on its front page
And showing she can see the funny side of it all, the Dame was even happy to pose with a copy of The Sun, with the whole story covering its front page.
Read the HuffPost UK review of Helen Mirren's Olivier Award-winning performance in The Audience.