Amid reports that the Queen was frustrated by May's refusal to tell her what Brexit means, we imagine how their meeting really went. Did she fail to curtsy?
And so, rather to add to the pile on, let us imagine the exchange between the Queen and Prime Minister. So nice to finally spend some time with you. QEII: No, of course not, dear.
What an impossible situation that David got us into. QEII: Oh?
I should say that Brexit means Brexit. QEII: Yes, yes. But what does that mean.
Come, now. QEII: Theresa. I have seen prime ministers come and go. My face is on the money.
They have made a prestige Netflix series about me. Now, tell — how do you intend to negotiate the departure of Britain from the European Union? May: Sips tea. You think I have any idea how to negotiate Brexit?
You think this is how I wanted to be prime minister, putting in place poorly thought out plans of my overly-confident predecessor? Fighting my own parliament in the courts? Listening to that awful German tell me what to do? No one knows what Brexit means! What a very American outburst. Rings bondage talk a gin and tonic.
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May guzzles it eagerly. May: Not even Prince Harry?
But no. Not even Harry. May: So what will you say?
QEII: Nothing. QEII: Of course. And happy Christmas. May: Right, then.