Drag Race UK's Kitty Scott-Claus presents an alternative Queen's Speech

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Hello to the Huns, Honeys and, of course, the Dads,

It’s me, the people’s princess, the queen of people’s hearts, HRH Kitty Scott-Claus BTEC, GCSE. 

For those of you who don’t know me, I was robbed of the Drag Race UK Crown this year – it’s lovely for you to meet me. 

2021 – what a year it’s been. But honestly after 2020 anything is a vast improvement.

As I’m sure many of you are aware, 2021 provided us – the people of this great nation –  with a number of twists and turns, ups and downs. There were further lockdowns, Boris being papped maskless and seemingly napping next to a 95-year-old Attenborough at the COP summit, and me not winning a RuPeter Badge on Drag Race until episode 7. 

Each of these challenges have helped us grow individually and shown us that we can face whatever lies in store for us in 2022. I personally hope not to be confronted with an acting role where I have to try and sell an imagined AI device called ‘Draglexa’… again. 

So even though this bitch Omicron has decided to try and ruin Christmas – with all the grace and decorum of a reversing dump truck (what a sad little life, Jane) – I know we can get through this. 

Thankfully, many of us have been pricked, not once, but twice – and are looking forward to our third booster jab in the near future. 

Personally, I’m gutted that we don’t all get superpowers as a vaccine side effect. When I was little, I thought 2022 would be all teleportation and flying cars, but here we are – and I can’t even get an Uber. 

Even with all the chaos of the past 12 months, 2021 has been a fantastic year for me. I’ve always known I was famous and acted as such, but after a stint on a top BBC show, I no longer seem quite so delusional. 

I have shown the world my charisma, uniqueness, nerve and talent. I’ve lipsynced to Girls Aloud on National TV. I got to sing the line ‘Santa baby come and pull my knickers down’ in a song that reached number 13 in the charts. 

I met Baby Spice, dressed as Baby Spice, while crying like a baby – it’s something I’ve dreamed of since I first heard Wannabe. 

Tell you what, it’s bloody weird having the best year of your life when a lot of people are having their worst. 

But it wasn’t all doom and gloom. Selling Sunset was back with a corker of a season, Adele finally released new music (much to the relief of the gays) and Lisa Scott-Lee got out of her teaching job in Dubai to make it on tour with Steps. 

Of course, amongst all the good there are the sad times that go along with it. Aside from the obvious you know what (which put an end to the Steps tour), Little Mix disbanded and we have missed out on another year of Pride parades, celebrations and parties. 

But I know that Covid will pass eventually and in 2022 we will party harder, parade louder and celebrate being 100% ourselves by spreading love, acceptance and positivity. Like I said to my fellow queen River Medway with some determination, ‘I’m Ready’. 

My lasting piece of advice for you all going into the new year would be to tell yourself you’re beautiful at least 10 times a day, put on some bronzer and say to the rest of the world ‘YOU’RE OBSESSED WITH ME.. AND I LOVE IT’

So without further ado…

You’re beautiful

You’re beautiful

You’re beautiful

You’re beautiful

You’re beautiful

You are actually stunning, babes

You’re beautiful

You’re beautiful

You’re beautiful

You are all beautiful and I’m obsessed

Love and kisses


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