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Cassian Baliarsingh

A woman has been hogging limelight after Liz Truss won the bitter race to succeed Boris Johnson as the new UK Prime Minister. Sharing her name with the newly elected PM, the woman Liz Trussel started receiving congratulatory messages from global leaders who thought she was the soon-to-be Prime Minister.

Now, her hilarious replies to all the congratulatory messages are winning over the internet.

Among the many congratulatory messages, one was from Swedish Prime Minister Magdalena Andersson who messaged the wrong account. She wrote, “Congratulations to @liztruss as she assumes the role of Prime Minister of the UK. Sweden and UK will continue our deep and comprehensive cooperation. Important for our citizens, economies and security."

Replying to her tweet, Ms Trussell wrote, “Looking forward to a visit soon! Get the meatballs ready.

The Right of Centre UK news and current affairs magazine also tweeted Liz Trussell, writing: "Congratulations @LizTruss on becoming the new UK PM! Best person for the job!" 

"Agreed," she replied.

Similarly, Caroline Lucas tweeted, “@LizTruss still doesn’t get it – Boris Johnson did not get Brexit done, his myriad mistakes over Covid cost countless living, & he leaves having disgraced his office. Meanwhile, she’s campaigned as a right wing ideologue & will govern as such – which is a disaster for all of us.”

To this, Truss replied, “I love cakes.”

Now, her hilarious replies have become the talk of the town. Soon, people realised that it was the wrong Liz Truss and pointed it out.

Worth mentioning, Liz Truss, who has won the leadership battle within the Conservative Party, will succeed Boris Johnson after defeating Indian-origin former Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak. She was born in Oxford in 1975. Her father was a mathematics professor at the University of Leeds and mother was a nurse.

Ms Truss, 47, will become the third female Prime Minister of the UK after Margaret Thatcher and Theresa May.

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