enty more rules besides. But it doesnt always go quite like that... 1. The Lizard of Oz, 1992 Paul Keating puts an arm around the Queens back Firstly his wife failed to curtsy to the Queen properly and then former Australian Prime Minster Paul Keating put his arm round her Majesty’s back. And to add insult to injury, he then reportedly said that the only time British reporters wanted to talk to him was when “(he) twanged the Queen’s bra strap”. Just imagine if Twitter had existed back in the 90s... 2. Spicing up one’s life, 1997 Charles And Spice Girl Geri (Image: Getty Images) “I think you’re very sexy you know. That - ladies and gentlemen - was Geri Halliwell’s opening gambit to Prince Charles when she met hi
m up in M老牌王中王一肖主一码 anchester. As if that wasn’t far out enough, she then planted a great big smacker on his cheek before pinching his bum. Mel B also asked for him for an invitation to dinner. Every. Rule. Broken. 3. Not so Cool Britannia, 2000 Queens Diamond Jubilee: The Queen enjoys Millennium 2000 Celebrations At the Dome in London (Image: Daily Mirror) The Queen looked far from amused when Tony Blair forced her to link hands with him on Millennium-Eve during a rendition of Auld Lang Syne. There’s nothing worse than being made to hold hands with someone with sweaty palms... 4. Did he or didnt he? 2000 A daring move by John Howard (Image: Kent Gavin / Daily Mirror) The Queen had another close encounter with a political leader later that year when Australian PM John Howard appeared to have his arm around her in a photo - something he denied. 5. Ones NBFF, 2012 Michelle Obama and Queen Elizabeth (Image: Rex) Proving that rules are made to be broken, Michelle Obama shocked court
iers on her visit to Buckingham Palace when she greeted the Queen with a hug. They were even more taken aback when the Queen hugged her back. Fair play. 6. Third time unlucky, 2014 Another Australian PM raised eyebrows earlier this year; Tony Abbott put his arm around Prince Williams back at Canberra’s Parliament House during the Cambridges royal tour. A picture was posted on Harpers Bazaar Australias Instagram page - but has since been deleted. 7. #Purrgate, 2014 The Queen and David outside Number 10 (Image: Getty) Video LoadingVideo UnavailableClick to playTap to playThe video will start in8CancelPlay now And who could forget the mental image David Cameron forced on everyone of the Queen ‘purring’ down the phone earlier this year? In a private conversation tha
t was picked up by a TV mic, the PM claimed her Majesty had “purred down the line” to him, in reaction to the Scots rejecting independ
ence. He then made a number of apologies and was forced to eat a large slice of humble pie.