Or did they?
The trending hashtag #QueenFacts started out as a way to honour the British royal but has since turned into a hilarious Twitter joke — and some of the tweets will leave you in stitches of laughter.
Below is a selection of the made-up facts that prove no one is ever really safe from the Internet, not even our favourite royal.
Er... what? Did the queen pose with a golden frame?
Despite rumours, the Queen has never once held a frame around her head and pretended to be a stamp. #queenfacts— Amanda (@Pandamoanimum) September 9, 2015
You definitely don't want to leave scissors lying around.
#QueenFacts: Elizabeth II has cut so many ribbons she now slices strands of fabric on instinct and must be restrained by her staff.— Paul Dean (@paullicino) September 9, 2015
Anyone lose a red tricycle?
The Queen is tiny, and roams Buckingham Palace on a red tricycle. #queenfacts— Seamus (@trampshat) September 9, 2015
Her Majesty apparently has some serious musical skills.
For 7 months, in 1968, the Queen replaced Paul McCartney in the Beatles, covering up his abduction by aliens. #QueenFacts— Chris Taylor-Davies (@CTD) September 9, 2015
These Internet jokesters have thought up plenty of alternate professions for Queen Elizabeth II.
By day she is Queen, but at night she patrols the streets as the crimefighting superhero 'BatMa'am'. #queenfacts— Carl Maxim (@carlmaxim) September 9, 2015
The sun never sets on the British Empire because the Royal Family are reverse vampires and moonlight is fatal to them. #queenfacts— Emma Evans (@TrancewithMe) September 9, 2015
Prince Charles may want to avoid his Twitter feed today.
The Queen often holds out her crown to Prince Charles but swipes it away just as he attempts to grab it and then laughs for ages #QueenFacts— Lisa (@biscuitahoy) September 9, 2015
Last but not least, Her Majesty is master of the chessboard.
When entering a room with a checker pattern on the floor, she insists on moving in straight lines and diagonals #queenfacts— Nick Barlow (@nickjbarlow) September 9, 2015
Once again, the Internet has provided us with endless hours of entertainment. But unfortunately some people really missed the mark on the whole #QueenFacts tag thing — much to our delight.
Freddie Mercury was voted the Best Male Singer of All Time by MTV2 in 2005. #QueenFacts— i like goformers (@guttersnipero) September 9, 2015
On a serious note, though, congratulations to Queen Elizabeth II on her milestone achievement.
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