This Morning guest reveals Queen's extraordinary Christmas gift – a shower cap with 'ain't life a b***h?' on it
A GUEST on This Morning has revealed how The Queen was gifted a show cap with a hilarious saying printed on it for Christmas.
Journalist Camilla Tominy joined the ITV daytime show live from her home in Hertfordshire to discuss the Royal Family's Christmas plans.
The LBC radio presenter revealed the Royals have a get together ahead of the big day where they exchange gifts, including a number of joke presents. C
Camilla detailed some examples of the hilarious gifts that had been given, including a shower gap the Queen received from grandson Prince Harry.
She detailed how the gag present was printed with the words "ain't life a b****" – leaving hosts Vernon Kay and Rochelle Humes in fits of giggles.
"Princess Anne gave Prince Charles a leather toiler seat cover," Camilla revealed. "Another year, Prince Harry gave the Queen a shower cap with 'ain't life a b**** written on it."
In the background, the This Morning team could be heard cracking up with laughter as Camilla continued to explain the Christmas tradition.
"They have a bit of a giggle," she said of the early festive celebrations. "Then on the day of Christmas itself, they go to church and we see them."
She joked they "changed outfit about 15 times" before finally sitting down for "turkey and all the trimmings" at the end of the day.
"Apparently, when they socialise, everyone can only go to bed after the Queen has decided to go to bed," Camilla concluded.
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It comes as the Queen cancelled her family Christmas party over Covid fears.
Her Majesty said it was "with regret" the annual royal get-together would not be going ahead as planned – but that it was "the right thing to do" as the Omicron variant rages across the UK.
The decision was described as "a precautionary one" as it was felt the festive lunch would "put too many people's Christmas arrangements at risk if it went ahead".
Buckingham Palace declined to comment further as it is a "private family event".
The monarch had been due to host The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall, among 50 or so other members of the Royal Family, at Windsor Castle on Tuesday.
There was due to be wine, crackers and a feast inside the castle – before the Queen set off for Sandringham, Norfolk, for the big day itself.
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