Royal fans blown away as they spot Peep Shows Big Suze at Queens vigil
Peep Show's Big Suze left royal fans completely shocked as attended a vigil for the Queen alongside other members of The Royal Family.
The actress who shot to fame in the Channel 4 sitcom often appears alongside the royals but people often forget that Sophie Winkleman is a member of The Royal Family herself.
The sister of Strictly Come Dancing's Claudia Winkleman married Lord Frederick Windsor, the son of the Prince and Princess of Kent – a first cousin of the late Queen Elizabeth.
Taking to Twitter, one viewer of the vigil said: "OMG Big Suze is at the vigil… Looking absolutely flames."
"Watched my first bit of royal coverage there (only English Channel in the hotel is sky news) and spotted/discovered that Big Suze from Peep Show is a royal, what a crossover," said a second.
While a third commented: "Things I learned today: Big Suze off Peep Show is a legit royal."
"Omg I was just watching The Queens coffin/dead body live feed and I thought I would see Big Suze from Peep show. I checked her Wiki and she is actually royalty wtf!" exclaimed a fourth.
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