Queen Elizabeth and Lady Di are out for a drive in the royal car on a
Sunday afternoon, and they slow down when they see a man by the roadside
signaling for help. But no sooner has the car come to a stop than he
springs to the door, pulls out a gun, and orders them both out of the car.
"Queen Elizabeth," he snarls, "hand over that snazzy diamond tiara you're
"I'm terribly sorry, my good man," says the queen, "but I'm afraid I don't
wear it on Sundays."
"Aw, hell," says the guy. "Well listen, Di, hand over that fancy engagement
ring I keep seeing in all the pictures."
"I'm terribly sorry," says Lady Di sweetly, "but I'm afraid I didn't put it
on this morning. It must still be on my night table."
"Aw, shit," growls the guy. "I guess I'll just grab the car." So off
he drives at the wheel of the Bentley, more...
Her Majesty, the Queen, and Her Royal Highness, Princess
Diana, were out for a drive in the country. Suddenly, upon a quiet
road, they were set upon and stopped by a highwayman. He forced
them out of the car at gunpoint, and demanded their jewels.
"Give me your tiara, Ma'am," demanded the robber.
"I'm sorry," replied the Queen. "I did not wear my tiara today."
"Well then, give me your ring, your highness!" demanded the robber.
"I'm sorry, but I didn't wear my ring today," replied the Princess.
Frustrated, the robber waved them away, and drove off with the
Bentley, getting at least something for his efforts. The Queen, Princess
and their chauffeur made it back to Windsor castle, where they related
their ordeal to the Queen Mother.
After the Queen Mother received an account of the robbery
she turned to Queen Elizabeth and asked, "I thought that you wore
your tiara more...