The Golden Girls, which debuted in 1985, is perhaps one of the most well-known shows that continues to be beloved by generations. The show spanned seven seasons long. Beatrice Arthur, Betty White, Rue McClanahan, and Estelle Getty soon became a household clique. This was due to the comedic nature of the show. It has gone on to receive much critical acclaim, earning the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Comedy Series twice.\r\n\r\nSo much that it has become one of those most-quotable shows among people. Even Princess Diana and Freddie Mercury would often quote or improvise the show, creating their own dialogue for it. And it was nothing short of suggestive and dirty!\r\nPrincess Diana and Freddie Mercury had a close friendship\r\n\r\n\r\nWhat many people may not know about Princess Diana, she loved to impersonate people and tell jokes. Even Jayne Fincher, royal photographer, says \u201cShe always had a joke up her sleeve and she used to tell quite a few dirty ones. She had a really funny laugh too, it came right from her stomach. Once she saw something funny she was off \u2014 that was quite incredible at the time, because royals did not do that.\u201d\r\n\r\nRELATED: The New \u2018Golden Girls\u2019 Book Is The Perfect Gift For Any True Friend\r\n\r\nDiana was also obsessed with The Golden Girls and would often watch the show with friend, Freddie Mercury. British actress Cleo Rocos reveals in 2013 that the two spent a whole day watching the show with Mercury. \u201cThe group\u00a0spent the afternoon\u00a0drinking champagne in front of reruns of\u00a0The Golden Girls with the sound turned down and improvising show dialogue with a much naughtier storyline,\u201d she tells Vanity Fair. \u201cAfter asking about the group\u2019s plans that night, Diana, \u201cin full mischief mode,\u201d insisted on joining.\u201d\r\nLady Di was allegedly a fantastic impersonator\r\n\r\n\r\nReporter Cathy Horyn actually wrote in Vanity Fair back in 1977 about Diana's remarkable abilities as a mimic. \u201cApparently, Diana is a terrific mimic, not unlike the late Jacqueline Onassis,\u201d\u00a0 she writes. \u201cLittman says she\u2019s been told by friends that Diana does a dead-on imitation of her Louisiana drawl, which is as slow as Karo syrup. I tried to get her to do it for me, but she wouldn\u2019t.\u201d\r\n\r\nWe wish Diana was still alive today to give us her rendition of these Golden Girls scenes or give us an impersonation!