Queen Of England Sends Letter to Arsenal Fan.

In a bid to get FA Cup final tickets for himself and a pal at all cost, an Arsenal fan, Charlie Pearce wrote a letter to the Queen of England requesting for assistance.

Surprisingly, the Queen replied that letter but it was quite unfortunate for the fan not to have gotten what he wanted. She let him know that she is not in the position to help.

The reply which was written by a Buckingham Palace correspondent read: "The Queen has asked me to thank you for your letter of 5th May, telling Her Majesty how pleased you are that your favourite football team, Arsenal, are in the FA Cup Final which will be held at Wembley on 30th May.

"Your request for The Queen to help you get tickets for yourself and your friend Leo Murphy has been carefully noted, however, I am afraid that this is not a matter with which Her Majesty would be able to assist you.

"I am sorry to send you a disappointing reply. Nevertheless, The Queen hopes you will enjoy the football match and I am to convey Her Majesty's warm good wishes to you and to your friend Leo for the future."

It is usually so difficult to secure an FA Cup final ticket and that was what made the Arsenal fan seek for help from a higher personality.

Only 25 000 seats were allocated to each of the teams, thus making a ticket almost impossible to get.

Arsenal will clash with Aston Villa at Wembley on May 30 as they hope to retain the title after winning it last season. They defeated Hull City in extra-time last May to get their first trophy in nine years.

This time, they will head into the game in high spirits after a comfortable 4-1 win over Westbromwich Albion in their last Premier League game of the season.

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