She’s caught the bug…

There wasn’t much feedback on yesterday’s ‘blog, there were no ‘likes’ which made the ‘blog about as popular as Andrew Murray at a St George’s Day parade (presuming that he’s just crashed out of another major tournament at the semi-final stage).

I was a bit surprised that George W Bush didn’t get in touch with me, although I’m reliably informed that he spent part of this morning finding his crayons in order to write to me; although he accidentally got one of the crayons stuck in his ear and that spelled the end of the letter – and led to a waxy build up in his ear…

Anyhow, it’s time to move onto today’s ‘blog. I was in Central London yesterday and I walked along The Mall (which was quite disappointing for a mall, as there were no shops) to Buckingham Palace (although they didn’t have all the flags and stuff out waving for me like they did when it was the Diamond Jubilee). I came within a few hundred yards of The Queen and now she’s in hospital – that said, I’ve never been very good with women…

The Queen has been diagnosed with gastroenteritis – which I think is basically a stomach bug, but scores substantially more points in a game of scrabble.

But nonetheless, she’s in hospital for (hopefully) only a few days, so this has put all radio stations in Australia on red alert and they’re hopeful that there won’t be a repeat performance of last year’s prank calls.

Likewise, the hospital has changed their rota to ensure that there are no Filipino nurses scheduled to work whilst Prince Philip is due to visit – he has commented that this will be difficult as there’s so many of them (the same probably applies to any Indian doctors, and indeed anyone with any form of feature that gives Duke of Edinburgh the chance to make a gaffe).

The world’s media have obviously been quick to form a scrum and there’s a small police presence… that was according to the BBC’s correspondent Ben Ando… his sister Fern couldn’t make it though… as she was busy playing host to the contestants on Take Me Out…

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