The Best Seat In The House
In 2010, Her Majesty stunned the crowd at Wimbledon when she showed up to watch Andy Murray beat Jarkko Nieminen in straight sets, to go through to the 3rd round. It was the first time she had attended the world-famous tennis tournament in more than 30 years. Though not a regular spectator, she still commands the best seat in the house: the Royal Box. And with Murray now injured and unlikely to get back to his best, her majesty has taken the ruthless decision to sell her seats (she always was a glory supporter). The highest bidder will gain ownership over the queens seats, but will have to share the space with the other usual clientele - Russian oligarchs, Saudi government officials and many prominent members of the House of Lords. Bribery, blackmail and lobbying are just some of the usual topics of conversation, non-disclosure agreements will therefore need to be signed upon entry and exit of the box. Breaking these agreements will unfortunately put your families life in danger (I was asked to mention that).