Despite her Anglo-Saxon name and her official role as sovereign of the United Kingdom and other Commonwealth territories, Queen Elizabeth II is the least British leader in the United Kingdom.
As a great-great-granddaughter of Queen Victoria, Queen Elizabeth II bears lineage from a number of ethnicities, including Arab, Armenian, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Portuguese, Serbian, and Swedish.
"The Queen has many international influences in her family", said an insider to Buckingham Palace, adding that "Her Majesty also speaks French quite well".
Her husband, Prince Philip Duke of Edinburgh, was even born abroad (!) - on a Greek island called Corfu'. Philip's father was none other than the Prince of Greece and Denmark and his mother lived in Germany and Greece. He's fluent in at least three languages and he can also speak Greek, so much so that it is said that the Queen Mother did initially frown upon her daughter's marriage.
Queen Elizabeth’s cosmopolitanism even extends to one of her translators and interpreters who spent significant time in foreign countries to study languages.
When the Daily Mail approached Buckingham Palace, official spokespeople played down her international background.
When it was pointed out that her husband is not really English, the reply was: "Well, biologically...yeah. But the Queen was born here, brought up here, went to school here, and she feels very proud to be British".
For saddos with no grasp of irony: This post is a parody. Get a grip.