THE Queen is well known for her impressions, with the monarch said to be particularly good at accents.
And the Her Majesty once took Prince Charles by surprise when she perfectly mimicked a fan’s South London twang.
The Queen once perfectly mimicked a South London fan’s accent [/caption]
Royal author, Karen Dolby, shared the anecdote in her book The Wicked Wit of the Royal Family.
She revealed: “Once when Prince Charles and the Queen were driving to the Ascot races in an open carriage, there was a loud shout from the crowd.
“Charles did not hear what was said and asked his mother.
“‘Gizza wave Liz!’ the Queen replied in her best South London accent, waving obligingly at the spectators.”
She relayed what the fan had said back to Prince Charles while they were travelling to ascot[/caption]
It is not just people the Queen can imitate with the monarch said to be able to mimic a concorde landing perfectly.
Bishop Michael Mann, the monarch’s domestic chaplain bore witness to the impression, claiming it was hilarious.
According to Business Insider, he said: “The queen imitating the Concorde landing is one of the funniest things you could see.”
The Queen’s dressmaker Angela Kelly, previously revealed that the royal has a real talent for mimicking accents.
Liverpudlian Angela revealed the great-grandmother can perfectly copy a Scouse accent, as well as a host of others.
She made the revelation in rare interview in 2007, where she also praised the monarch’s wit.
Angela said: “We have a lot of fun together.
“The Queen has a wicked sense of humour and is a great mimic.
“She can do all accents — including mine.”
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