The wonderful queen of all time: it’s time to remember the queen’s interesting sense of humor
Her dry, restrained humor is somewhat reminiscent of “Fraser”.
Queen Elizabeth II is a remarkable woman who has ruled the United Kingdom and Commonwealth states since 1952. Many people adore her and many know about her funny sense of humor.
Her reign is the longest among all British queens, and during this time there were several funny episodes. Her dry, restrained humor is somewhat reminiscent of Fraser. She was never ashamed of her mistakes and always showed a human side.
When Queen Elizabeth portrayed a “Bond girl” alongside Daniel Craig in a 2012 Olympics ad, she blew Britain away! In the commercial, she jumps out of a plane with James Bond with two British parachutes deployed.
She ridiculed President George W. Bush for incorrectly calling America’s Bicentennial 1976.
“Mr. President, I was wondering if I should start this toast when I was here in 1776!” the Queen commented over dinner a few weeks later. The audience burst into laughter, and Queen Elizabeth smiled broadly.
On stage at the “G7 Summit”, she sarcastically addressed a group of world leaders, “Do you want to look like you’re having fun?” They were all amused by the Queen’s funny humor.
Even the soldiers and guards heard some funny remarks, such as when she asked one soldier standing at attention, “Are you always keeping your beret on or is it blowing off?”
When she tried to cut the ceremonial cake, her knife got stuck in the fruit cake. She, like the other ladies, laughed. The Queen was adored for her sense of humor and her willingness to laugh at her own blunders.