They pen the wittiest tweets, have amassed thousands of followers and even have their own hashtags and book deals in the works. No, we're talking about an A-lister tweeting their lunch, but the recent crop of fictional twitter accounts with an uncanny ability to make the twittersphere snort in 140 characters or less. Ever wondered what the Queen, Lord Voldemort or Big Ben would tweet? Start following our favourite fictional twitter accounts to find out - and get ready for some laugh-out-loud imagined tweets in your feed.
Words: Katie Wright
Main picture credit: Rex Features
What: Gin-obsessed pretender to the throne.
Says: Closing the UK early for reasons of a "sod it" nature. Home time people. If anyone asks, tell them The Queen said it was OK. #earlyginoclock
Gary J. Cutlackowitz
What: Hilariously mundane office chat. A bit like if Gareth from The Office tweeted.
Says: Mike Rawlinson will be auctioning his Twix in meeting room two at 10.30am.
White Girl Problems
What: Vain, vapid, weight-obsessed, bitchy – and so self-absorbed she's got her own hashtag.
Says: I used to think I was gorge but now I think I'm just adorbs. #whitegirlproblems
What: Phonetically spelled current affairs commentary from the Geordie lass.
Says: Nick Clegg's lovalee izzen he? Keinda leik Rodnee in Ernlee Fools an Haawsis an David Camerinz Del Boy. Leif imitatin awt.
What: Rich, attractive, well-educated people have problems too, don’t you know?
Says: I spilled my Starbucks on my iPhone while I was protesting evil corporations in NYC. #FirstWorldProblems
Mrs Stephen Fry
What: Groan-worthy jokes from the national treasure’s supposed spouse.
Says: Stephen and I went to a fantasy theme curry house. We had the CS Lewis meal. It's like the regular meal, only naanier.