Queen Elizabeth II was experiencing an embarrassment during a recent night walk through the Garden of the Bakingemic Palace, when she was almost killed.
It was almost shot by a guard who was thought to be a burglar from the 90-year-old British queen.
The Times magazine, referring to an unnamed insider, reports that he is a guardian, seeing about three in the morning in the dark that an unknown person is walking in the yard of the garden, pulling his rifle, tipping and holding his finger on the trigger.
– Who is this? Do the devil, Your Majesty, almost kill you, “said the guard when he realized who he had before him.
The queen responded completely relaxed and told him that it was okay and that he would ring again the next time that she would not have to shoot her.
She says she was walking, because she could not sleep.
Times indicate that it is not known when this incident occurred, and the Bakingem Palace refused to comment.
Otherwise, during the Christmas holidays, the BBC’s twisted-on Twitter accounted for “extraordinary news” that the Bakingem Palace confirmed that the queen died in the 1990s, which was then discarded.
Shortly before, it was announced that the king postponed all plans during the holidays due to influenza.
Queen Elizabeth came to the throne in 1952 and is the oldest ruling monarch in the world. Her crowning was the first coronation broadcast by television, and came to the throne after the death of her father King George VI.