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Subject: At home with Queen Elizabeth II at Buckingham Palace

Christopher Anton (Convulsed with laughter)
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Date Posted: 08:06:12 03/04/13 Mon

It can be difficult enough to get to sleep at Buckingham Palace, what with the noise from marching bands rehearsing the latest royal ceremony, not to speak of the myriad of servants trying to do their cleaning jobs around the palace while the Royal Family try to snatch some rest. Somebody is always managing to knock over a Ming vase, or drop some silverware, just when Her Majesty is about to drop off. A maid once trod on the tail of a corgi one night and the startled yelping of the dog made sleep an impossibility for the much tried monarch and her long suffering consort.
But all these disturbances were as nothing compared with the shenanigans that occurred the night that President Barack Obama and his wife Michelle stayed overnight in the palace. The snoring of the American First Lady was likened, by those unfortunate enough to hear it that night, to a combination to the drone of a Lancaster bomber allied with the chuffing of an old fashioned steam train. When this cacophony was succeeded by ear-piercing screaming and shouting coming from the suite occupied by the presidential couple, it was more than the elderly royal couple could endure. Her Majesty, accompanied by Prince Philip, stormed down to the guest apartment and hammered on the door.
What was causing the disturbance? What awful sight met the eyes of Her Majesty and His Royal Highness when the door was opened?
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