Beano crowns Britain's funniest family | For a Queen parody video

Beano crowns Britain's funniest family

For a Queen parody video

The Miller family from Ipswich has been named Britain’s Funniest Family by the Beano.

A clip of the four of them dancing to a parody version of Queen’s Don’t Stop Me Now received the most votes from the public.

For their prize, Beano illustrator Nigel Parkinson will be creating a series of strips based on mum Katrina, dad Scott, 17-year-old Devon and 13-year-old Lola for the comic.

Katrina Miller said the family were 'ecstatic' at the honour.

Published: 17 Jun 2020

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