15 Times Queen Elizabeth Made Us Laugh With Her Sassy QuotesWhen you think of the British Royal Family and in particular the Queen, her sense of humor is probably the last thing that comes to mind. But, as surprising as it may seem, the Queen is actually super sassy and is never short of hilarious one-liners that make everyone cry with laughter. We’ve assembled 15 of the Queen’s funniest quotes for you, so get ready to giggle.
Over the years the Queen has made some truly sidesplitting comments that will no doubt have you rolling on the floor laughing when reading them! Who ever said that the Royal family was known for their stiff upper lip and uptight personalities? We think otherwise!
Queen Elizabeth's 15 funniest quotes
Queen Elizabeth is a real hoot as you’ll soon discover by checking out her funniest ever quotes. Prince Harry is usually known as the funniest member of the Royal family, but we think the Queen could dethrone him if you’ll pardon the expression! Ready to see the Queen in a totally different light?
Check out Queen Elizabeth’s 15 sassiest and funniest quotes ever!
When asked why she wears bright colors she replied:
‘If I wore beige, nobody would know who I am.’
When the Queen met Eric Clapton and the asked guitar legend:
‘Have you been playing a long time?’
After hearing the Everly Brother sing ‘Cathy’s Clown’
The Queen quipped, ‘They sound like two cats being strangled.’
When she got super sassy at a Lucian Freud nude painting exhibition.
As the Queen took in the paintings, she was overheard telling her aide to make sure she ‘wasn’t photographed between a pair of those great thighs.’
When asked at the same exhibition if she’d been painted by Lucian Freud
The Queen replied, ‘Yes, but not like that.’ And topped her comeback off with a mischievous smile.
When she went incognito in Scotland
A local resident remarked that ‘she looked just like the Queen’, to which she replied ‘how reassuring!’
When asked what she thought of the Niagara Falls she joked:
‘It looks very damp.’
When protestors threw eggs at her during a visit to New Zealand she teased:
‘I myself prefer my New Zealand eggs for breakfast.’
When a Commander blocked the crowd’s view of her carriage she retorted:
‘Actually Captain, I think it’s me they’ve come to see.’
When asked why she carries her purse around Buckingham Palace she said:
‘This house is very big you know.’
When a brick fell on the Queen’s car she stayed positive and said:
‘It’s a strong car.’
When her security team surrounded her she laughed and said:
‘I have to be seen to be believed’.
When she reminded us that her family was totally normal by saying:
‘Like all the best families, we have our share of eccentricities, of impetuous and wayward youngsters and of family disagreements.’
Before Kate gave birth to George the Queen joked:
‘I hope it arrives soon because I’m going on holiday’.
When she fooled a couple of tourists who asked:
‘Do you live round here?’ To which in true Queen Elizabeth fashion she replied that she had a house nearby. When they then went on to ask if she had met the Queen, she pointed to her companion and answered: ‘No, but he has.’