Paris, France - The world famous Marché aux Puces has been renamed after Queen Elizabeth after Parisians compared her 70th D Day Commemoration outfit to a bit of thrift shop tat.
This morning President Francois Hollande escorted the octogenarian midget around the newly named Marché aux Puces Reine Elizardbirthe II named after her astonishing collection of kinky retro outfits.
"Zut, alors!" Hollande cried during the walkabout momentarily directing the Queen's attention to an austerity memorabilia stall selling exact replicas of her pink boucle wool two piece and matching roadkill hat.
This is not the first time items of her clothing have found their way across the Channel, apparently an awful lot of HM's discarded clothing ends up in French jumble sales before being sent to EU-designated landfill sites.
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