If you're on Twitter and not already following The Queen then there is no doubt that you're missing out big time. In this her Diamond Jubilee year her tweets give you a fantastic background to all the visits and events that are going on around the country. You also get a great insight into what she really thinks of some of the people she meets and the politicians in Westminster. If you've ever wondered how she manages to keep control of her family, run the Commonwealth and manage to look serene on all occassions then the secrets are here.
One of Her Majesty's most important jobs has to be declaring the daily "Gin O'Clock" at the end of the working day - or whenever she deems fit (unless your name is Mr Clegg in which case it's back to work!) This daily command from on high also gives it's name to Her Majesty's diaries. Gin O'clock presents you with a year's worth of diary entries from the country's most famous woman. If you're a loyal subject then it's your duty to make sure you know what the woman in charge thinks.
Funny, controvertial and always right Gin O'clock is a fantastic read and a must for anyone who follows HM on Twitter.