Better Late Than Never


A pleased and excited Mrs Amanda J Threadbone has today shared with the public a letter she has received from Her Majesty the Queen. In it Her Majesty expresses her great admiration for Mrs Threadbone's creativity in commemorating her and the late Mr Threadbone's Ruby Wedding Anniversary in 2006.

Despite the delay of almost 12 years between Mrs Threadbone's letter to the Palace and the Queen's reply, Mrs Threadbone was understood to be pleased and excited. "Mrs Threadbone is both pleased and excited to receive the Queen's reply" a Great Heaving spokesperson said today. Mr Threadbone was unavailable for comment having died from complications following a motorised tractor incident some years ago. "We feel sure, however", the spokesperson continued, "that had he lived he too would have been pleased and excited to receive the letter".

EXCLUSIVE! The Queen's letter to Mrs Threadbone in FULL: HERE


Mrs Threadbone's home office.  The chair is believed to be the on e in which Mrs Threadbone was sitting when she opened the Queen's letter.

Mrs Threadbone's magnificent home office. The chair is believed to be the one in which Mrs Threadbone was sitting when she opened the Queen's letter. The famous portrait

of Professor Thrupiece by Enrique can be seen in pride of place on the wall to the

right of the immaculate desk (a copy adorns the lefthand wall of the foyer of the

DHRA's Head Office in Great Heaving), whilst two of the late Mr Threadbone's

breakfast wine glasses stands on the shelf behind.


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