The couple have backed a campaign for "a childhood free from unwanted harmful exposure to the public glare and the upset caused by paparazzi taking photographs of them,”
"I was two seconds from the end thinking "why is this good?". Then I snorted some tea. Brilliant."
A Daily Express front page from 2016 claiming there will be “cheaper food” in the UK after Brexit has not aged well, after today’s headline warned UK residents to “get used to higher food bills”.
"Who doesn't secretly enjoy the camaraderie of searching for food & having no heating," wrote Toby Earle.
People wondered if he gave the Business Sec an easier ride.
"2016: Brexit will improve your lives 2018: Project fear 2021: The following food shortages are actually good," wrote James Felton in response.
"If you don't go to Pret the Taliban are going to invade Basingstoke," wrote one bemused Twitter user.
The education secretary appeared to nod along when told by the BBC's Charlie Stayt that he was talking nonsense.
"Iron Man? Rust in peace Irony."