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Caught on camera: Queen Elizabeth II termed Chinese officials 'very rude'

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London, May 11: The Queen Elizabeth II has been caught on camera saying Chinese officials were "very rude" during last year's state visit by President Xi Jinping.

She was caught saying so while talking about treatment of Barbara Woodward, Britain's first female ambassador to China with senior police officer Lucy D'Orsi at a Buckingham Palace garden party on Tuesday, reported the BBC.

Queen finds Chinese officials rude

Queen responded "Oh bad luck" when she came to know that D'Orsi supervised the security during President Xi's visit to the UK in October last year.

Her conversation has gone public after Prime Minister David Cameron was caught saying Afghanistan and Nigeria were "fantastically corrupt".

Read More: Pics: Queen Elizabeth II celebrates her 90th birthday

The first state visit by a Chinese premier for 10 years was described by Queen as "a milestone in the unprecedented year of co-operation and friendship between the UK and China.

Both China and UK perceived the visit as highly successful.

OneIndia News

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