If you fancy seeing Harry Enfield in a magenta frock, pearl necklace and lilac eyeshadow, pretending to be Queen Liz, then you’ve come to the right place.
This clip from Walliams & Friend sketch Who Does One Think One Is, a parody of the BBC documentary, features Enfield acting completely astonished that “one’s family tree seems to be chock-a-block with kings and queens” – not unlike Danny Dyer’s reaction to the discovery of
his own royal heritage last week.
When “the queen” discovers she’s related to King George VI, she cries: “Shove off! From The King’s Speech? My father is Colin Firth?”
She later signs off with: “Now, if you’ll excuse me – one has to go to the balcony and wave at the people. One doesn’t really know why, but they seem to like it.”
Walliams & Friend continues on Friday at 9.30pm on BBC1