Monarchy: The Royal Family at Work (also known as A Year with the Queen) is a fly on the wall documentary TV series made by the BBC and RDF Media which follows the British Royal Family over the course of a year. The promotion for the documentary caused a controversy in 2007 when the BBC aired a trailer which showed two consecutive clips from the series out of order, making it erroneously appear that Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II had stormed out of a photo shoot with Annie Leibovitz after being asked to remove her 'crown'. On 11 July 2007, the controller of BBC One, Peter Fincham, told journalists at the launch of the trailer that it showed the Queen "losing it a bit and walking out in a huff". However, the clip which appeared to show the Queen abruptly leaving was actually of her entering the shoot. The next day, the BBC issued a statement which pointed out the error and formally apologised to Queen Elizabeth. Both Fincham and the Chief Creative Officer of RDF Media, Stephen Lambert, resigned as a result of the controversy.