Throughout former President Donald Trump's campaign, the "Trump Train" made regular appearances at the former President's infamous rallies. The "train" isn't a train at all, but a charter bus festooned with pro-Trump images and notable international leaders whose images are doctored to feature them sporting pro-Trump paraphernalia.
Though not an official part of the former President's reelection efforts, the Trump Train continues to be a fixture at conservative events, driven by its owner, Buddy Hall.
Most recently, the Trump Train made an appearance in The Villages—a massive Florida retirement community—for a rally headlined by infamous Republican representatives Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia and Matt Gaetz of Florida.
A picture of the bus soon went viral.
The ridiculous images generated widespread mockery across the internet, but one notable family across the pond wasn't laughing.
Ellie Hall of Buzzfeed News reported that Buckingham Palace reached out to Buddy Hall (no relation) in an effort to get the image of its matriarch—Queen Elizabeth II—from its exterior. The photo of the Queen is doctored to feature her with a "Q" button—alluding to the QAnon conspiracy theory—and a "Make America Great Again" hat.
Buckingham Palace assured Buzzfeed that
"representations asking for [the photo's] removal have been made."
The absurdity of the entire development made waves on social media.
Her majesty wasn't the only one bemused at the bus.
It's unclear if the Queen's demand will be heeded by the driver.