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Wednesday, 23 September 2015

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Is she heading for FACEBOOK next?

Let the royal catfight begin.

Word is that the late Queen Victoria, enraged by the fact that the length of Queen Elizabeth's reign has now eclipsed her own (thereby creating tons of publicity for the current monarch), feels compelled to speak out. And she's chosen Twitter as the vehicle for doing so, creating the hashtag #QueenVictoriaRocks. So far she hasn't mentioned her great-great granddaughter by name, but we all know who she's talking about, don't we?

Apparently tweeting from the afterlife isn't a problem, as long as the dead stick to the 140-character limit. Dead or alive, no exceptions!

Additional tweets will probably follow (we'll keep you updated!), but here are Queen V's first five tweets, her opening salvo:

Great-great granddaughter is just family lingo. Doesn't necessarily mean SHE is so great #QueenVictoriaRocks

SHE uses official business time to search for hats that are the exact same color as her outfits. Color her frivolous! #QueenVictoriaRocks

I ruled over a much bigger empire than SHE does. Lots more land. So there! #QueenVictoriaRocks

SHE spends too much money on purses. They wear out so quickly. SHE takes them everywhere #QueenVictoriaRocks

A world-famous lingerie store (@VictoriasSecret) is named after me, me, me. Not HER #QueenVictoriaRocks

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