Horsing Around With Royalty

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President Ronald Reagan shared Queen Elizabeth II’s love of horses. During a state visit to the United Kingdom, the President accepted the Queen’s invitation to go horseback riding together.

As the two leaders rode along, the Queen’s horse suddenly began expelling gas loudly, in sync with each step. The Queen was mortified and said, “Oh, I am so sorry, Mr. President!” 

“No problem, Your Majesty,” deadpanned Reagan. “I thought it was the horse.”

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