Kate Beckinsale is one of the most beautiful women in the world but she needs to work on her jokes!
The 47-year-old “Underworld” actress blew her fans away with a fresh-faced selfie on Saturday. Kate shared a casual photo on Boxing day but her flawless skin and pink lips were anything but casual. Beckinsale pulled off a very English move and wished her followers a happy Boxing Day. She included a bad joke although many of her American followers had no idea what she was talking about!
Scroll down to gaze at her timeless beauty!
Kate was simply dressed in sweats but there was just something about her piercing eyes and soft lips that made this photo one of her best.
“Happy Boxing Day -FYI ‘What has holes but holds water: a sponge’ is a very low-grade trivia question and def should not facilitate the winning of a cheese,” she captioned her beautiful selfie.
Boxing Day and her caption need further explaining to us American fans. Scroll down to see us decrypt this very English holiday and expression.
Her English fans couldn’t let her disparage a Boxing Day bad joke tradition, so they decided to try a few jokes out on her.
“I got one for you. Who hides in the bakery on Christmas day?” a funny fan asked Kate before she quickly responded, “Boris Johnson?”
“A mince spy. So yes, that’s correct,” the funny fan said while completing the joke.
One fan thought that Kate’s joke was only appropriate depending on the prize.
“Very much depends on the cheese, surely? If, say, the prize was a tasty Brie then surely it would be worthwhile. However, if the prize was say an aged Stilton then it’s for sure not ducking worth it ✌?.”
Unfortunately, some Americans will be disappointed to learn that Boxing Day doesn’t have anything to do with the martial art. It can involve fighting though… depending on everyone’s Christmas spirit.
Boxing Day is a holiday celebrated the day after Christmas and was originally a day to give gifts to the poor. Nowadays, it pretty much turned into a shopping holiday and it is really only celebrated in the U.K. Think Black Friday but after Christmas. Apparently, vendors offer up jokes and riddles to win prices, like cheese in Kate’s example. Sounds fun but enough is enough with the holidays!