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Jan 14, 2022

[Answer] To whom is the phrase “We are not amused” often attributed?

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...1. Queen Elizabeth II 2. Queen Victoria 3. Lady Bracknell in "The Importance of Being Earnest" 4. Margaret Thatcher




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Queen Victoria - Queen Victoria is always depicted as rather stern and strait-laced. The earlier part of her life, particularly with her husband, Albert, was very cheerful. After his death, she entered a lengthy period of mourning from which she never truly emerged. The famous phrase which is often attributed to her reputedly dates to a dinner at Windsor Castle. Someone told a story which was a little too scandalous for the queen's liking, to which she responded, "We are not amused." Now, historians dispute whether she ever actually said it and if she did, whether she was being ironic, but it is forever etched in history as a mark of disappointment. :


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