The day that Elizabeth II hid behind a bush: who was she running from?

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The day that Elizabeth II hid behind a bush: who was she running from?





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Elizabeth II in a file image. (EFE)

Maintain composure and deal with any situation with the most exquisite education and the most measured protocol it’s something that the queen Isabel II he knows how to do like no one else. But even the Queen of England herself You have days when your patience reaches its limit.It happened in 1978, when Romanian dictator Nicolae Ceaușescu, a very unpopular character in the UK, made a four-day state visit to London with his wife Elena.

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“The press began to question the Secretary of Foreign Affairs,” revealed Robert Hardman in a new ITV documentary titled ‘Our Queen: Inside the Crown’, that was broadcast in the United Kingdom this past Thursday and that ‘People’ wanted to highlight. In it, Hardman assures that the media even asked themselves: “Why are we inviting this monster to come to Great Britain?”



Elizabeth II with Nicolae Ceaușescu in 1978. (Getty)


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Elizabeth II with Nicolae Ceaușescu in 1978. (Getty)

Elizabeth II with Nicolae Ceaușescu in 1978. (Getty)

The British government organized a dinner for Ceaușescu at Buckingham Palace. Despite the controversy caused by the visit, Elizabeth II made her guts heart and went to the train station to receive the uncomfortable guest. She he duke of edinburghNicolae Ceaușescu and his wife Elena traveled by open-top carriage to Buckingham Palace.

Elizabeth II’s desire to interact with the marriage was null, which caused the least formal moment of the entire reign of the mother of Charles of England. “When they were alone in the Palace, Elizabeth II took the corgis for a walk in the gardens and could see how the Ceaușescu were approaching from the other side,” says Hardman.



Isabel II. (EFE)


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Isabel II. (EFE)

Isabel II. (EFE)

“She thought, ‘I really can’t face talking to them,’ so for the first and only time in her life, hid behind a bush in the palace gardens to avoid his guests, “he adds.

“The Queen supports many different people, but Ceaușescu was too much for her“Former British Foreign Secretary Lord David Owen comments in the documentary.” He made it clear that he did not like that visit! ”

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