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'Are You High?' Bizarre Questions Posted by the British Royal Account Puzzle Twitterati

Many wondered if the Queen's official Twitter account was hacked.

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Updated:February 3, 2019, 7:18 PM IST
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'Are You High?' Bizarre Questions Posted by the British Royal Account Puzzle Twitterati
File photo of Queen Elizabeth II. (Reuters)

Followers of Queen Elizabeth II on Twitter were recently confused by a series of tweets that were posted from the royal's official acoount. Many even thought that her account was hacked.

On Jan 30, the Britain's royal family's official Twitter handle posted a series of unrelated, seemingly bizarre questions on its Twitter feed.

For example, this.

And this.

There were others too.

Many were baffled at the sudden outburst of questions. Some conjectured that the Queen's social media team was high.

While others wondered is the royal account had been hacked.

Others had some fun offers to make.

However, the royals were neither high, nor was the Twitter handle hacked. The royal account was just celebrating 150 years of womens' education at the University of London.

The seemingly random questions that were posted on Twitter by the royal account were actually the same questions that the first batch of women who appeared for the London University examination were tested upon.

Well, all those who doubted the royals must be feeling a little silly now.

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