Cricket fans are on cloud nine as ICC World Cup 2019 has just started. All the crazy cricket fans are planning to stick to their screens for the next 45 days. Just before the opening ceremony, all the 10 captains of participating teams went to Buckingham Palace to meet Britain's Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Harry. Soon the photos from the meeting went viral all over the social media.
However, netizens couldn't hold their excitement back when the picture of Virat Kohli with Queen started making rounds across the internet. In one of the photos, the Queen is seen laughing while interacting with Virat Kohli and captain of England Eoin Morgan.Twitterati grabbed the opportunity to guess the conversation between Queen and Virat Kohli and ended up sharing some hilarious memes about Kohinoor.
Some netizens proudly shared that India still has the real Kohinoor and that is the Kohlinoor. While others suggested Kohli to bring back the trophy and the diamond as well. Take a look at some hilarious memes:
Queen: Is baar World Cup ham hi jeetenge, Mr. Koli.— Prof. Moriarty (@DesiOptimystic) May 30, 2019
Kohli: Lagi Kohinoor ki shart!! pic.twitter.com/EVIw8Wv2ig
Virat: Aunty wo Kohinoor ..... . ??— Gunjan Grunge (@iamGunjanGrunge) May 30, 2019
Aunty: Ha wahi chawal banya hai, khana kha ke jaana. pic.twitter.com/JtfIwCVB57
Kohinoor was damn close ! https://t.co/G95jGkRL2S— Rahul Anand (@Redundant_Link) May 30, 2019
Kohli: World Cup jeete toh Kohinoor waapis karogi?— Vishesh Arora (@vishesharora19) May 29, 2019
Queen: You are funny. pic.twitter.com/eUVU3p65BA
Queen to Virat: Suna hai tum Kohinoor lene aye ho pic.twitter.com/oSbFWUG9m3— Mr. A 🏏 (@cricdrugs_) May 29, 2019
Kohli : pehle aap hamare Desh aaye Kohinoor churaya...— 🄶🄴🄴🅃🄸🄺🄰 🏏🇮🇳 (@Geetikatuli) May 29, 2019
Ab hum aapke Desh aaye hai #WorldCup2019 churane ! #Badla
Crown cricket ka madam ji hum le jayenege#TeamIndia 🇮🇳 #CWC19 #CricketWorldCup https://t.co/FTqj1zLm2Q
For the unversed, Kohinoor is a precious stone and is considered as one of the largest cut diamonds in the world. In 1849 Kohinoor was confiscated by the British East India Company from the king Maharaja Duleep Singh.