September 28, 2019 | 10:57pm

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has personally apologized to the Queen for asking her to approve the unlawful suspension of the House of Commons, The Times of London reported Sunday.

Johnson made his mea culpa on Tuesday, after a British court found that the five-week suspension he had ordered violated the law.

“He got on to the Queen as quickly as possible to say how sorry he was,” an insider told the newspaper.

Johnson’s controversial shutdown order had been meant to give Parliament no time to delay Brexit ahead of the Oct. 31 deadline.