The Royal Family Accidentally Shaded Caspar Lee And Fans Aren't Having It
27 June 2018, 12:16
Fans have been dragging the Royal Family after their Twitter account inadvertently shaded Caspar Lee with some dodgy quotation marks.
The account, which is sadly not run by the Queen herself, tweeted out photos of Her Majesty meeting Caspar at an event for the Queen's Young Leaders - a charity that supports "exceptional people aged 18-29 from across the Commonwealth, who are taking the lead in their communities and using their skills to transform lives." In the caption, the word "YouTuber" was written with quotation marks, leading some to believe it was being implied that a YouTuber is not a real thing someone can be.
Fans were quick to point out the use of quotation marks, with one lovingly returning the favour to the Monarch - "I'm sure he had a great time meeting the 'Queen'," they wrote.
I'm sure he had a great time meeting the "Queen".— Andrew Webb (@yrtheyalltaken) June 26, 2018
lol “youtuber”— Emily Trappen (@americageekgirl) June 26, 2018
"YouTuber" THE DISRESPECT CASPAR IS AMAZING PLEASE— rebecca 💡 (@idcarianator) June 26, 2018
Caspar, on the other hand, was just happy to be in the same room as the Queen: "Always great banter when we're together," he wrote in a tweet about the day.