‘She got right into it’: Alexander Armstrong leaves GMB presenters open-mouthed after revealing he played Pointless with The Queen  

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Alexander Armstrong revealed he played pointless with The Queen during an appearance on Good Morning Britain on Tuesday.

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The host of the afternoon game show, 51, left the audience open as he details an unexpected encounter with the 95-year-old Samrat, whom he claimed was ‘totally cute’ and ‘got right in it’ ‘.

A once-in-a-lifetime experience took place in January 2019 at a Women’s Institute talk near one of the royal residences at Sandringham Village Hall.

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‘She was brilliant and got right into it’: Alexander Armstrong left GMB presenters open-mouthed on Tuesday after revealing he played pointless with the Queen who was ‘totally sweet’

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Recalling the astonishing incident, the TV presenter began: ‘It was literally me and a room full of 36 women, including one we all recognise.

‘It was the most amazing thing to be asked to do. Totally real as you can imagine.

‘We did a high, low wasted. This is our mobile version of Pointless. We don’t have the complete kit. You basically say, “On Abba’s Greatest Hits, how many people do you think would have been called Dancing Queen?”

Have fun!  The once-in-a-lifetime experience took place in January 2019 at Sandringham Village Hall at a women's institution near one of the royal residences.

Have fun! The once-in-a-lifetime experience took place in January 2019 at Sandringham Village Hall at a women’s institution near one of the royal residences.

‘One team says, “Oh 14,” and the others go above or below that.’

Amazed by the story, Richard Madley asked: ‘Did the Queen come on stage with you?’

Alexander quipped: ‘She came on stage. no he has not. We played it in the village hall. She was sitting right in front of me, you closer than me.

‘She was fantastic. She was such a game. She got well in it. She was absolutely lovely.

Excited: Sikander gives an animated performance recounting the scintillating story

Wow!  'It was the most fascinating ... can you imagine, it was one of those dreams where you wake up,' he said.

Excited: Sikander gives an animated performance recounting the scintillating story

Charmed: Amazed by the story, Richard Madley asked: 'Did the Queen come on stage with you?'

Charmed: Amazed by the story, Richard Madley asked: ‘Did the Queen come on stage with you?’

‘It was the most fascinating … can you imagine, it was one of those dreams where you wake up.’

Alexander continued to reveal that he believes The Queen is a fan of the BBC gameshow.

‘She too had come a little early to see the news. That’s how we get them all together!’ He concluded.

Enthusiastic: Alexander continues to reveal that he believes The Queen is a fan of BBC gameshows (pictured in 2010s)

Enthusiastic: Alexander continues to reveal that he believes The Queen is a fan of BBC gameshows (pictured in 2010s)

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