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Monday, 8 November 2010

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Diplomatic tension between Britain and France has increased after it was revealed that Nicolas Sarcozy, the President of France has declined Queen Elizabeth's friend request on Facebook.

Elizabeth the Second, or Lizzy2 as she is known on Facebook as every variation of her name had already gone, announced her arrival on Facebook yesterday, and immediately set about sending friend requests to every world leader. Barak Obama accepted immediately, and invited the Queen into his Mafia on Mafia Wars, whilst Stephen Harper, the Prime Minister of Canada, sent the Queen a friend request, and she had to ask who he was, before accepting. They are now Farmville neighbours.

William and Harry already had Facebook accounts and Harry spent all morning untagging himself off thousands of photos before his Gran saw them.

All was well and good until Sarkozy said "I do not know this person" to the Queen's request. Instantly, the rest of the Queen's friends knew that she had been snubbed by the French, and DavieCameron66 was immediately on the phone threatening to withdraw the use of the new aircraft carrier at which point Sarkozy sent back a picture of some planes with the comment "This is as close as you'll get to them".

Prince Phillip tagged a picture of a frog with Sarkozy's name, while Prince Andrew changed his status to "At War With France, shouldn't be too long before they surrender...lol".

Nobody had approached Silvio Berlusconi, as the pictures may have not been visible through Google's Strict Safe Search filter.

It was all threatening to blow into a major diplomatic row until Prince Charles finally joined Facebook and called everybody mad and that they were all acting like school children. From that point on, Charles only made friends with oaks, sycamores and a couple of willows.

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