HER Majesty's sprawling property empire consists of her very own McDonald's branch – and it's even open to the public.

The Queen's huge Royal estate includes six residences as well as half of the UK’s shoreline.

Her Maj also owns almost all of Regent Street in London, as well as Trafalgar Square in it's complete entirety.

But- situated at the Banbury Gateway Shopping Park in Banbury, Oxfordshire, Her Majesty owns her OWN McDonald's branch – and it's also open to the public, reports the Mirror.

There is no information on whether the Queen has or intends to visit the fast food joint.

However, the newspaper reports it's more than just your average branch, sporting leather sofas, cushioned chairs, digital menu boards, laminate floors and table service.

Her Majesty used to own a McDonald's branch on land she owned on the Bath Road Retail Park in Slough, but sold the land for £177million in 2016.

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