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US News This madness of Queen Elizabeth II to avoid a bulky visitor

01:32  23 may  2020
01:32  23 may  2020 Source:   purepeople.com

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QUEEN Elizabeth II has long been known for her composure on all occasions but Her Majesty was once forced to "hide in the bushes" to avoid chatting In his book ‘ Queen of the World’, Mr Hardman said Buckingham Palace took the advice to heart and made sure to remove a set of silver-backed

Cette folie de la reine Elizabeth II pour éviter un visiteur encombrant © Bestimage This madness of Queen Elizabeth II to avoid a bulky visitor In 1978, Queen Elizabeth had preferred to hide in a bush to escape a controversial guest who was visiting Buckingham Palace, as reported by British journalist Robert Hardman in the documentary Our Queen: Inside the Crown, which aired this Thursday, May 21 in the United Kingdom.

Beware of appearances ... If Queen Elizabeth II displays diplomacy and flawless serenity, she has more than one trick up her sleeve. In 1978, the monarch received Nicolae Ceaușescu, the leader of Romania from 1965 to his execution in 1989, and his wife Elena, during a four-day state visit to London. At that time, the communist dictator was extremely unpopular with the British public, as People reports on his site . " The press started to question the Minister for Foreign Affairs and people were wondering, 'Why are we inviting this monster to come to Britain?' ", remembers British journalist Robert Hardman in the documentary Our Queen: Inside the Crown, which aired on Thursday May 21 in the UK on the ITV channel.

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After welcoming the Ceaușescus couple to London-Victoria station, the Queen and Prince Philip have chosen to organize an open-air carriage ride at Buckingham Palace. If so far everything seems to be going well for Queen Elizabeth, then comes this walk with her dogs ... " On the occasion of their stay, she took out the corgis for a walk in the gardens of the palace and she could see the Ceaușescus coming in the other direction ", tells Robert Hardman, before continuing:" She thought: 'I really can't face them and talk with them' , so for the first and only time in her life, she hid in a bush in the palace gardens to avoid her guests. "No one knows if the couple spotted the queen hidden in the foliage ...

" She didn't like this visit "

Note that Robert Hardman is not the only one to report that this state visit had been a real nightmare for the British monarch. " The Queen supports many different people, but Ceaușescu was too much for her. She has made it clear that she does not like this visit," said Lord David Owen, the former British Foreign Minister. , also in the documentary Our Queen: Inside the Crown. A surreal anecdote that fervent admirers of the royal family undoubtedly loved to discover!

  Cette folie de la reine Elizabeth II pour éviter un visiteur encombrant © Supplied by Gala Queen Elizabeth with her son, Prince Edward, and her niece Sarah Chatto, in Windsor in 1978. Bestimage

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