Bra fitters Rigby & Peller have lost their Royal warrant after Buckingham Palace cancelled its contract with the company after they revealed intimate details of the Queen’s bra size.

The makers of the Royal over-the-shoulder-boulder-holder recently published a book entitled ‘Storm in a D cup’ which intimated that Her Majesty was quite a handful.

Royal corsetier Arthur Titzling told The Rochdale Herald “She’s got a fair pair of thrupenny-bits on her and no mistake, you dont get many of them to the pound I can tell you.”

An extract from the book says “When Her Majesty comes in for a fitting she likes us to weigh them first. She insists that the fitter gets one in each hand and jiggles them up and down whilst saying ‘wahaaay’. Not very seemly I know but she enjoys it, bless her.”

Simon Fotheringay-Artichoke, footman, said “Don’t ask me. I’ve never noticed to be honest but then I’m a foot man.”

Lady in waiting Ophelia Hardon explained “Her Majesty is rather upset by the affair. Shes considering several courses of action. Obviously the Royal warrant has been cancelled but she feels that if her subjects are going to be discussing the size of the Majesterial fun-bags then she might as well give them something to talk about.

“She’s booking herself into Harley Street to have them enlarged to a size GG.”

With speculation now surrounding other areas of the Royal wardrobe questions are being asked about the brand of the Duke of Edinburgh’s Y-fronts, the Duchess of Cornwall’s favourite colour of thong and whether Prince Edward prefers Fishnet or American Tan.

Turn to page 3 for pics of Liz, 91, Windsor.

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Thomas Thomas is Sub-Editor for The Rochdale Herald. Thomas is proud to support such causes as "Cornwall for Jam First" and "Drop Scones Not Bombs". His personal motto is "Fuck it, why not?"