Visitors to Drayton Manor Park were left bemused after noticing professional doppelganger Mary Reynolds sampling the rides and posing for selfies with fans.
“We were delighted to welcome ‘Her Majesty’ and two of her great-grandchildren to the park,” Drayton Manor’s managing executive, William Bryan, said.
“We had more than a few shocked faces and plenty of double takes from visitors.
“But despite all the attention, ‘the Queen’ was able to enjoy a fun day out.”
Ms Reynolds reportedly braved the aptly-named “Royal-er Coaster”, as well as the Troublesome Trucks Runaway and Jeremy Jets Flying Academy while waving to onlookers below.
In April, visitors to the park were left stranded 120ft in the air after the Shockwave ride broke down, forcing passengers to evacuate and climb down hundreds of metal steps in a “terrifying” ordeal.
At the time, Mr Bryan assured visitors that safety was never compromised, saying: “We sincerely apologise to our visitors for any inconvenience caused and stress that the safety of our guests is our priority.”
On Monday, Queen Elizabeth II was at Buckingham Palace to meet with Donald Trump.
The monarch seemed to receive a “fist bump” from Mr Trump, in lieu of the more conventional greeting he offered to Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall.
Speaking at a state banquet, she reminded Mr Trump of the importance of post-Second World War institutions in ensuring “that the horrors of conflict would never be repeated”.
Widespread protests at the president’s state visit continue to grip London on Tuesday.
Additional reporting by SWNS
Join our new commenting forum
Join thought-provoking conversations, follow other Independent readers and see their replies