The noble Queen has a very wicked sense of humour!December 10th, 2007 - 1:19 pm ICT by admin
London, Dec 10 (ANI): Shes know for her dignity and poise, but behind closed doors, British monarch Elizabeth II is the one who has others cracking up with laughter with her wicked sense of humour and mimicry.
And the news comes straight from one of the people who in constant contact with her, personal assistant Angela Kelly.
Liverpool-born Ms Kelly, whose full title is Personal Assistant, Adviser And Curator To Her Majesty the Queen (Jewellery, Insignias And Wardrobe), in an unprecedented interview approved by the Palace, reveals a never known before side of the Queen.
The Queen has a wicked sense of humour and is a great mimic. She can do all accents including mine, The Sun quoted her, as telling the Sunday Telegraph.
I love the Queen and everything about her. I adore her, then so does everyone.
I do worry about her and care about her. But we also have a lot of fun together.
This is not, however, that the first time that the Queens love of mimicry has been revealed.
Last year, Princess Michael of Kent revealed how Elizabeth II liked to put on a Cockney accent. (ANI)
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