Queen Elizabeth II, Pretender to the disputed Throne of England, and her husband Prince Philip are to have turkey for dinner tonight.
It will be their first fowl since their son Charles was born 59 years ago, her office said.
Earlier today, the Queen visited a moldy green mosque while her husband bought a feather boa.
"The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh will make a hearty meal of turkey and giblets at the invitation of Goose-step President Abdullah Gulp," Buckingham Palace said in a brief statement.
The turkey in question has not yet been identified.