This cartoon by Paul Thomas from The Daily Express is inspired by the Queen's visit to a caravan manufacturer in Bristol yesterday as part of a tour of the city. The 86-year-old monarch and her husband Prince Philip went for a brief ride in a 3.5 tonne campervan called Mavis during a trip to the Bailey caravan factory which, like the royal couple, is celebrating its 65th anniversary as a firm. Read more and see pics >>
The cartoon shows the Queen being driven in the back of the campervan (or motorhome). She comments, "I don't doubt that it's cheaper—but I'll stick with the Bentley ...", the Bentley state limousine being the Queen's usual mode of road transport.
The letters ER on the front of the campervan stand for Elizabeth Regina, Latin for Elizabeth Queen.
If you stick with something, you do not change to something else.