Prince William ‘really liked’ Boris joke, claims Judi Love: ‘I was cussing him out’

William and Kate arrive at the Royal Variety Performance

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Judi Love, 41, was beyond excited ahead of her performance at the first in-person Royal Variety since Covid hit, which took place on Thursday 18 November at the Royal Albert Hall. The comedian revealed she had to “clean up” her material a bit before the show, known for attracting royalty, but behind the scenes, she said there was one joke she told that really gave Prince William the giggles.

I was cussing out Boris

Judi Love

Speaking on the Jonathon Ross show that is set to air tomorrow night, the Loose Women star recalled being invited to perform.

She laughed: “I was like, do they know who’ve they’ve booked?

“It was such an amazing feeling.

“I had to kind of clean that up a bit [my material]…” she cringed.

“I wasn’t allowed to say the word gynaecologist… I don’t know [why]!”

Remembering her meeting with William and Kate behind the scenes, she explains: “William is cute you know. Kate you’re lucky!

“I was talking to him about Boris [Johnson]. I was cussing out Boris… my Boris joke he really liked it.”

She adds: “I was telling him he was slick and he looked good.

“Kate, she’s so stunning, so naturally beautiful.”

On the night, the duchess dazzled in a green floor length dress by British designer Jenny Packham that she first wore on tour in Pakistan in 2019.

Chuckling, Judi laughs: “I kept calling her darling.

“I said, ‘So sorry sweetheart,’ but she was like, ‘It’s OK.’

“Very nice.”

It comes after the Duke of Cambridge said he was “happy” not to be the butt of any jokes during the performance.

Ahead of her stint, Judi revealed it would be the first time she has ever been in the presence of royalty.

As she explained her excitement in a previous interview, the comedian said: “It will be my first time meeting royalty as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are expected to be there.

“I’ve got my stand up routine prepared but I’m so nervous.

“It’s not every day you get to meet the future king and queen – it’s a huge honour!”

The Jonathon Ross Show airs tomorrow at 10:30pm on ITV.

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