Now that Donald Trump has won the presidential election, disappointed Americans have resorted to asking Britain to take back control of their country.
Since the result was confirmed on Wednesday morning, there's been no shortage of dismay, amazement and rage on Twitter, and as Indy100 points out, some US citizens have been making a plea to The Queen throughout the election campaign.
Others have apologised for deciding to leave Britain in 1776, when America made its declaration of independence.
The despair on Twitter comes after one American wrote to Buckingham Palace to ask the Queen to put Donald Trump out of the running and take back control of the US.
In September, a Reddit user said that an "Anglophile friend" sent the letter because he was "frustrated with the current field of presidential candidates."
The post also featured photo evidence of the Palace's response.
"Whilst your views have been noted, you will appreciate, I am sure, that there can be no question of The Queen intervening in the affairs of another Sovereign state," the Queen's deputy correspondence coordinator said in the reply.
The monarch has remained diplomatic as always, although "Elizabeth Windsor" did have this to say following Trump's victory...