IF you visit the gardens of Buckingham Palace this summer, is it too much to ask to see a live rerun of It’s A Royal Knockout? Here’s what you should be able to look at.
The Fergie-sucking-on-a-toe experience
The most interesting royal moments are the ones we only get to see in a grainy picture on the front page of The Sun. A re-enactment of a minor Royal having her feet orally pleasured by Texan millionaire is crass but it’s more exciting than looking at a statue of the Queen Mother.
It’s A Royal Knockout
It was truly demented to watch the children of the Queen take part in a series of absurd physical games the first time round, so they probably won’t rerun it in the gardens. And there probably wouldn’t be much chance of Prince Andrew being in charge this time.
An illegal corgi fight
It’s likely that the Queen breeds Corgis to battle in an aristocratic canine version of Fight Club, but royal staff keep quiet about it or get their heads chopped off. You won’t be able to witness it but you might hear the snarling in the distance while you eat your sandwiches on the lawn.
Prince Andrew’s secret shed
As David Cameron proved, you can make all the mistakes you made go away by moving into a posh shepherd’s hut for five years and ignoring everything. Prince Andrew’s has a special FBI warning bell which enables you to vanish quickly if they want to ‘ask some questions’.
The Queen’s personal McDonald’s
The royals have habits they prefer to keep quiet, and the Queen is probably fond of an upmarket Maccie D. All Buckingham Palace garden visitors should be able to order a Big Mac with venison or swan patties and chow down in the regal style of our head of state.