THE QUEEN Went Maskless For Her First In-Person Meeting Since Prince Charles Test Positive For COVID-19
Last week Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, both tested positive for COVID-19. Two days before his diagnosis, Charles had met with his mother, THE QUEEN. Obviously, this wasn’t good, since THE QUEEN has been dealing with health issues the last few months. And, you know, she’s 95. But People says that after a week of being closely monitored, THE QUEEN is back to in-person meetings. Yesterday she met with outgoing Defence Services Secretary Rear Admiral James Macleod and his replacement, Major General Eldon Millar, at Windsor Castle. Nobody wore masks. When Charles heard the news he immediately called future Queen Consort Camilla in from the other room: “Oy, Tampy! Our plan didn’t work! The old bat’s still kickin’!”
In a video from the meeting, THE QUEEN says, “I’m here!” when the men enter the room. Her visitors ask her how she’s doing, and she gestures to the cane she’s holding, and answers, “Well, as you can see, I can’t move.” Translation: “NOT WELL, BITCH.” A palace source adds that THE QUEEN isn’t injured, she’s just feeling “slightly stiff.” Here’s the official video and picture from the meeting:
Earlier this month, Buckingham Palace announced that THE QUEEN was getting back to attending both virtual and in-person meetings after taking a break to focus on her poor health. She’s been using the walking cane on-and-off in public since October. And, like, the Palace says it’s because she’s stiff, or she’s messed up her back, but I think we know the real reason for her new accessory: to whip her wayward sons into shape. “Mumsy, can I have $12 million to settle my sexual abuse case?” A cane to Prince Andrew’s head. “Mumsy, please help me cover up my allegedly corrupt charity!“ A cane to Charles’ ass. Cane solves everything. Queen loves cane.