Published: Wed, April 11, 2018
Culture&Arts | By Hattie Nash

The Queen Cracks A Joke About Donald Trump In This New Documentary

The Queen Cracks A Joke About Donald Trump In This New Documentary

The Queen made a quip about Trump while speaking to Sir David Attenborough.

The pair were walking in the gardens of Buckingham Palace for a documentary about conservation in the Commonwealth when their conversation was interrupted by helicopters overheard.

Referring to a helicopter buzzing overhead, the Queen asks: "Why do they always go round and round when you want to talk?" "Sounds like President Trump, or President Obama", she joked.

The Queen took the rare step of agreeing to personally escort Attenborough around the palace's tree collection for the documentary, which will air on Monday.

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This leads the Queen to ridicule attempts by some health and safety zealots to stop children playing conkers, remarking that the traditional game is 'quite a harmless sort of battle thing, isn't it?'.

Attenborough chuckles but does not dwell on the remark, instead commenting on a nearby sundial positioned in the shade of a tree, rendering it useless.

"You know, I've been quite hard to give presents to, so", she says, drawing laughter from Attenborough. The Queen laughs, "Had we thought of that?"

"Maybe we could move it?"

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When Queen Elizabeth II hears loud planes she immediately thinks of American presidents. "'So of course, they've said, 'Oh well let's give her a plant ... or a tree or something".

The Queen also reveals how she eats honey from the hives of her own bees, decorates her own Christmas tree and is quite hard to give presents to, with trees and roses named in her honour.

Mr Trump is due to make his controversial state visit this autumn and the presidential helicopter has been blamed in the past for damaging royal lawns.

The US leader is expected to visit the United Kingdom in 2018 on a "working visit" that may coincide with a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation meeting in June.

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The interruption came while the monarch and the naturalist, both 91, were taking part in filming for the upcoming ITV documentary The Queen's Green Planet, which follows a conservation project aimed at preserving forests in Commonwealth nations.

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