The late Queen Elizabeth II as soon as rejected The Beatles’ Paul McCartney’s supply to play a couple of songs for her birthday.
A hilarious anecdote concerning the monarch, who breathed her final at Balmoral on the age of 96, has emerged that she ditched The Beatles gig to look at the drama sequence Twin Peaks.
Throughout his 2011 NME interview, the Twin Peaks composer Angelo Badalamenti recalled: “When [McCartney] met her, he began to say, ‘I’m honoured to be right here tonight, your Majesty, and I’m going to play some music for you,'”
“And the Queen says, ‘I’m sorry, I can’t keep, it’s 5 to eight, and I’ve to go and watch Twin Peaks!’” he added.
In the meantime, King Charles III lately spoke to the nation to pay a tribute to his “darling Mama”.
“As you start your final nice journey to hitch my pricey late Papa, I need merely to say this: thanks,” the King mentioned on Friday.
“Thanks on your love and devotion to our household and to the household of countries you have got served so diligently all these years.
“Could ‘flights of Angels sing thee to thy relaxation.”