|PM Cameron Makes 'Catty' Comments of Queen|
|by Tom McGregor||Thu, Sep 25, 2014, 02:37 am|
British Prime Minister was forced to apologize to the Queen in Buckingham for going on-the-record as saying that she "purred."
The Daily Telegraph of London reports that, "David Cameron on Wednesday said that he was “extremely sorry” for revealing the contents of a private conversation with the Queen following the Scottish independence referendum."
Cameron is quoted as saying that, “Look, I’m very embarrassed by this. I’m extremely sorry about it. It was a private conversation, but clearly a private conversation that I shouldn’t have had and won’t have again. My office has already been in touch with the Palace to make that clear and I will do so as well.”
According to the Telegraph, "He intends to make a personal apology to the Queen in Buckingham Palace. Asked if he is sorry and will now apologise to the Queen, Mr Cameron said: “Yes and yes.”
The British Royal Family expressed grave concerns over Cameron's "catty" remarks.
To read the entire article from the Daily Telegraph of London, link here:
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