Latest reports show that Former President Barack Obama was humiliated by Queen Elizabeth because he broke some royal protocols during a banquet at Buckingham Palace.
Royal experts spoke to the U.K. Press and shared that in 2011, Barack Obama attempted to propose a toast to the Queen as the orchestra played the song “God Save the Queen.”
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At that time, Obama was sitting between the Queen and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall. He said: “Ladies and gentlemen, please stand with me and raise your glasses as I propose a toast to Her Majesty the Queen.”
It was a sign for the Scots Guard to begin playing the national anthem. Obama continued his speech quoting William Shakespeare before raising his glass to the Queen. Everyone was confused, and Obama was embarrassed when the Queen didn’t respond.
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The royal spectators criticized the Queen for humiliating Obama. However, she didn’t offend him, but the royal protocols say that the Queen cannot raise a glass to herself. She thanked Obama for accepting the toast. The Queen described Obama’s speech as “very kind words.”
The following day, he joked about the orchestra’s background music as a soundtrack for his speech.
His wife, Michelle Obama, also broke some royal protocols. She touched the Queen while in Buckingham palace.
In the documentary movie from 2020, “Michelle Obama: After the White House,” Whoopi Goldberg explained how much Michelle “loved” that event.
“I know people got crazy,” Goldberg explained. “She’s touched the Queen! You know, but she didn’t melt. She didn’t disappear. Now, I’m sure she doesn’t want a whole bunch of people touching her because I don’t want a whole bunch of people touching me.”
“So I figured protocol does not change, but every now and then, I think something happens where she goes, ‘I’m going to mark this occasion… and nobody will ever forget this,'” she continued. “I just wanted to tip my dread[locks] to her. I just thought it was the most marvelous thing I have seen.”