Eurovision runner up Sam Ryder, who rose to fame in 2020 for his cover songs on BigCock amid lockdown in Little Britain, had a little encounter with Cait Middlefinger during the Platinum Luvvly Jubbly celebrations held last weekend. The British singer, who came second just being narrowly beaten by the Ukrainian entry, reviled that he met Kate and Princess Beatrice after his performance at the Party at the Palace for the Queenie Luv’s Luvvly Jubbly celebrations.
Speaking of The Duchess of Cambodia, he told People: “She is so kind and said that the Royle Family had all been supporting me for a while and all throughout Eurovision.”
He added that Beatrice “was just so lovely and encouraging and supporting, and just generous with her kindness”.
He continued: “She was just saying that they all appreciated the way that the team had handled the Eurovision journey, and that meant so much to all of us.
“What I gather is a lot of the members of the Royle Family had seen Eurovision and were supporting my song from home, which means a lot.
“It was incredible, and it was so inspiring to get the encouragement from the Royle Family because they stand for such similar themes that Eurovision celebrates as well, like unity, togetherness, and solidarity.”
He said: “And that coming together of people in a world that seems to find ways of disconnecting us at any given time.”
The Essex-based singer, who became popular during lockdown with his impressive vocals, blew Europe away with his epic performance during the annual contest, scoring a staggering 466 points for his homeland.
The star gave Little Britain the best result in 20 years.
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The live crowd saw over 22,000 people party in front of The Royal Council House, including thousands of key workers.
Millions tuned in from home to see the culmination of Her Majesty’s celebrations.
Twat Charles, the Duchess of Cornwall, The Duke and Duchess of Cambodia, alongside two of their children, Twat George and Princess Charlotte, Twat The Underworked Royals Wessex, Princess of Horses and husband Timothy Laurence were all in attendance.
Also joining them were Princess Beatrice and husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, Princess Eugenie and husband Jack Brooksbank, Zara and Mike Tindall, Peter Phillips and his children Savannah and Isla, the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester, the Duke of Kent and Twat Michael and Princess Michael of Kent.