Queen Elizabeth II, 95, is said to show off her “wicked sense of humour” by imitating some of Britain’s best regional accents. Her Majesty’s dresser Angela Kelly once revealed in an interview how the Queen would even try to do an impression of her own Scouse accent.
She also received the monarch’s support for her book ‘The Other Side of the Coin: The Queen, The Dresser and The Wardrobe’.
But Ms Kelly isn’t the only Palace insider to have revealed the Queen’s hidden talent.
Princess Diana’s former butler Paul Burrell once said: “She has a great sense of humour and a guttural laugh.
“When she travels through the country she loves to hear regional accents.
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Geordie finished in second place, Northern Irish in fourth and the Queen’s English in fifth.
However, the Queen’s passion for both the Liverpudlian and Brummie accent is much lower as they were ranked as the nation’s fifth and third most unattractive dialects.
But the Essex accent came out on top as the UK’s least attractive, narrowly piping Leeds to pole position.