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Wednesday, 1 April 2009

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Britain's favourite porn star

The Queen and Michelle Obama have released a video of their erotic "hug" when they met earlier today. The Obamas were in London for the G20 summit and met the Queen and Prince Philip.

Michelle Obama has been criticised by some for breaking protocol by hugging the Queen, but her publicist and the Queen's PR have revealed that a video of their hug is now available for sale on the internet.

This is said to be the first ever video of the Queen showing physical contact with another woman. Porn film expert Quentin McFuckerty said, "This film is unique in its eroticness. Never before have we had colour footage of a reigning monarch making such close physical contact with a black woman, especially such a powerful and Amazonian woman as Mrs Obama."

He continued, "It's very common for a new soft porn star in the industry to tease viewers by not showing nipples for years, then suddenly releasing a nipple video which the public will love. The Queen is simply taking this one stage further. She hasn't had bodily contact with anyone for 50 years, so for her to be seen to be actually hugged by another woman is every man's dream! Lesbians are lapping it up too."

The Queen's status as a porn star has been further vindicated, when it was revealed that pictures of her are being used as currency.

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