Royally RUDE: Queen forced to RE-RECORD Christmas speech because of impolite interruption
AN UNCOUTH interruption forced the Queen to re-record her Christmas message to the nation last year despite Her Majesty’s usual moniker “One-Take Windsor”, an insightful new documentary has revealed.
Usually extolled for her broadcasting professionalism, the Queen had to re-record her Christmas message because a bird was chirping in the background.
The revelation is revealed in Queen of the World, a documentary about Her Majesty’s life.
The ITV documentary, which reveals extraordinarily intimate details of Her Majesty’s day-to-day existence, shows the Queen replying to a production team member who asked her to “redo it from the top”.
The Queen asks: “From the top of the second page?”
To which the team member confirms: “From the very start.”
Her Majesty enquires: “You want the whole thing again?”
“If possible,” is the reply, sparking a heart-warming chuckle from the British Monarch.
The documentary, set to be aired at 9.15pm on Tuesday, will go behind the scenes at the Palace.
Touching her veil, Meghan says: “53 countries, oh my goodness.”
Her remark is in reference to the fact her veil was deftly embroidered with 53 flowers – one for each of the Commonwealth nations.
The Duchesses of Cambridge’s scenes in the documentary will focus on an engagement at Buckingham Palace with the Countess of Wessex.
The two Royal ladies welcomed designers and artisans from the Commonwealth to feature their work at the palace during London Fashion Week.
Queen of the World’s trailer also reveals Prince Harry’s confession he is a bit scared of his grandmother when he bumps into her.
In an extraordinary admission, he said: “If you suddenly bump into her in the corridor, don’t panic.
“I know you will. We all do!”
Source: EXPRESS CO UK