Late Night Lycett: Joe Lycett’s aunts almost arrested after trying to give Prince William and Kate a quiche

The Late Night Lycett presenter posted a video to his Instagram of his aunts trying to give a quiche to  the Prince and Princess of Wales.
Joe Lycett’s aunts were “almost arrested” for attempting to give a quiche to Prince William and Princess Kate. Joe Lycett’s aunts were “almost arrested” for attempting to give a quiche to Prince William and Princess Kate.
Joe Lycett’s aunts were “almost arrested” for attempting to give a quiche to Prince William and Princess Kate.

Joe Lycett has shared a hilarious video to Instagram showing his auntie Pauline and auntie Margaret trying to meet Prince William and Princess Kate on their recent visit to Birmingham.The pair stood patiently whilst trying to attract the Royal’s attention so they could give  them a store-bought quiche.

The coronation quiche has been chosen by King Charles III and Queen Consort Camilla, as their signature dish ahead of the King’s coronation. The symbolic ceremony will take place on Saturday 6th May at Westminster Abbey in London.

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Joe Lycett, 34, from Birmingham, who boasts over 1 million followers, teased the amusing interaction between the royals and his aunts ahead of his Channel 4 finale tonight. He captioned the post, writing “Last week my aunties nearly got arrested trying to give William and Kate a f*cking quiche. They’ll be up to more trouble on tomorrow’s #LateNightLycett”

Hilariously, the Police confiscated the quiche from the pair, who thought they were going to be arrested for their kind gesture. They explained: The police took it off us and they thought we were going to throw it at the royals.”

Viewers of Late Night Lycett expressed their admiration of the aunties’ eagerness to entertain the royals. Over 14,000 people liked Joe’s post as a stream of commenters tagged their friends to also watch the clip

One user said: “Love it,”Did you make the quiche yourselves?” “Yes/no” 🤣🤣 I have an auntie Pauline too!”

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Another added: “Auntie Pauline and Auntie Margaret are absolute LOLS!!! 🤣❤️🤣”

Also featuring in the season finale of the Channel 4 hit series, are Actor Richard E. Grant and comedian Rosie Jones. Katherine Ryan is also expected to make an appearance, as well as another mystery guest working in Joe’s corner shop.

The chat show, filmed at The Bond in Digbeth, Birmingham, has received praise for how it’s highlighted the TV industry in the city. Joe  recently shared his proudest moment filming the show in an Instagram post.

The post read: “There’s lots that’s exciting about making #LateNightLycett but I’m most proud of this. We were so overwhelmed by the talent in Birmingham that we made roles for 26 local trainees on the show, rather than the 4 originally planned. And they’re absolutely smashing it.”

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Workers from the show have expressed their gratitude toward the Brummie comedian. Aneesah Iqbal, 27, recently told the Guardian: “We don’t get many TV opportunities in Birmingham so I’ve never really had the chance previously. But this show has finally been my first foot in the door.”

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