‘Cheeky’ Queen jokes about people falling into water feature on jubilee video call to Australia

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The Queen was in “cheeky” form while celebrating the Australians of the Year, despite the country’s newly-elected government beginning the transition to ditching the monarchy and becoming a republic.

During the Zoom call with the six Australians which included recently retired professional wheelchair tennis player Dylan Alcott, the 96-year-old monarch remarked on the “splendid” technology which enabled the virtual meeting to take place despite its participants being on opposing sides of the world.

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