Open Post: Hosted By THE QUEEN Of England And The Queen Of Death Eaters At A Fashion Show 

February 20, 2018 / Posted by:

As all of England riots in the streets over KFCs being out of chicken (Joke’s on those people, because KFC has always been out of chicken since the shit they serve is deep fried chicken-flavored Styrofoam full of hormones. Get thee to a Popeye’s, England!), THE QUEEN was safe inside a fashion show with Satan’s muse Anna Wintour. THE QUEEN held court at the Richard Quinn show, and she wore elegant black gloves to protect her pristine royal skin from being infected by dirty trash peasant germs.

While THE QUEEN may dress like she sits front row at every Talbot’s fashion show, the Richard Quinn show was actually her first at London Fashion Week. THE QUEEN was there to present the new Queen Elizabeth II Award for British Design to Richard Quinn. The Sun says that Richard Quinn’s designs have been described as having a touch of ball gag chic:

In September, he was described by Vogue as having a “distinct BDSM aesthetic”, and “part of a new generation of weird and wonderful designers…he is exactly the future London needs”.

That would explain why THE QUEEN’s face is all the way lit up in this picture:

She probably spotted a nipple clamp/waist harness/dick cage ensemble that she knows her boo Prince Philip would work the hell out of.

But seriously, the only one who is going to end up in chains is Dame Anna Wintour. She’ll be thrown in the dungeon for rudely wearing sunglasses in front of THE REAL QUEEN!

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