Hell hath no fury like a foreign dignitary scorned. British tabloids announced today that Queen Elizabeth II was not invited to commemorate the 65th anniversary of the D-Day landings in Normandy next week, where President Obama and French president Nicolas Sarkozy will be in attendance. At 83, the queen is the only living head of state that served in uniform in WWII, during which she was a driver and a mechanic. The French said they consider the landings commemoration to be “primarily a Franco-American ceremony”, but in 2004 at the 60th anniversary, Queen Elizabeth attended alongside President Bush. British commentators speculated that Sarkozy is reluctant to share the televised event between himself and Obama.