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 is hibernating 🐻 (@paullicino) September 9, 2015
Anyone lose a red tricycle?
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.
— Benjamin Dreyer (@BCDreyer) September 9, 2015
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
— Emma Evans (@TrancewithMe) September 9, 2015
Prince Charles may want to avoid his Twitter feed today.
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.
On a serious note, though, congratulations to Queen Elizabeth II on her milestone achievement.