Watch the Queen take a hilarious swipe at Donald Trump

Watch the Queen take a hilarious swipe at Donald Trump

She gets her own back on Sir David by teasing him when he gets muddled about the location of trees planted by the Queen to mark the births of each of her children.

The queen, who routinely receives gifts from visitors from every corner of the planet, comments that the garden has benefited from many gifts of roses and other plants.

Like many a pensioner, the pair are recorded complaining about health and safety and attempts to prevent children playing conkers.

Sir David replies: "You would think that, that people would stop people breathing".

"I've been quite hard to give presents to", she quipped, "so they've said, "Oh, let's give her a plant".

"Why do they always go round and round when you want to talk?" the queen asks, adding: "Sounds like President Trump, or President Obama", apparently referring to the aircraft used by the US presidents during visits to her.

"Sounds like President Trump. or President Obama".

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But the laughs don't stop there with Sir David pointing out a sundial incorrectly positioned in the shade.

"Had we thought of that?" Her son Prince Charles has previously admitted to talking to plants and trees to help them grow, but recently joked that rather than taking the softly-softly approach, "now I instruct them instead". "They have known each other a long time and because of that we see quite surprising things", she added.

Queen Elizabeth II normally leaves the jokes to her husband.

But that's exactly what the Queen did, though, when a helicopter flew over the garden in which she and Attenborough were walking. "Can't both be", she says. "I won't be here though".

However, the Monarch's latest sassy moment involved a swipe at President Donald Trump that will have you in stitches of laughter.

The US leader is expected to visit the United Kingdom in 2018 on a "working visit" that may coincide with a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation meeting in June.

Englands's 91 year-old Queen Elizabeth has a secret passion for trees, according to a new TV documentary that will be aired on 16 April.

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