Buzz·Feb 18, 2020I'll Be Gobsmacked If You Get 12/12 On This Random British Knowledge TestWill you be ~chuffed~ with your score or not?by Jon-Michael PoffBuzzFeed Senior EditorFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink What's missing from this traditional full English breakfast? Getty Images Mushy peas Correct Incorrect Mushy peas Scotch egg Correct Incorrect Scotch egg Tomato Correct Incorrect Tomato Courgette Correct Incorrect Courgette Correct! Wrong! A full English breakfast typically includes includes bacon, sausage, eggs, black pudding, baked beans, tomatoes, and mushrooms. Who's next in line to the British throne after Prince William? Getty Images Image: Via Getty Images Prince Harry Correct Incorrect Via Getty Images Prince Harry Via Getty Images Image: Via Getty Images Princess Charlotte Correct Incorrect Via Getty Images Princess Charlotte Via Getty Images Image: Via Getty Images Prince George Correct Incorrect Via Getty Images Prince George Via Getty Images Image: Via Getty Images Prince Andrew Correct Incorrect Via Getty Images Prince Andrew Via Getty Images Correct! Wrong! After Prince William, Prince George is next in line to the throne. After him, it's Princess Charlotte, then Prince Louis, then Prince Harry, and so on. Politically speaking, which is part of the United Kingdom but not Great Britain? Getty Images England Correct Incorrect England Scotland Correct Incorrect Scotland Wales Correct Incorrect Wales Northern Ireland Correct Incorrect Northern Ireland Correct! Wrong! The UK refers to the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Great Britain includes England, Scotland, and Wales. Who's this? Getty Images Piers Morgan Correct Incorrect Piers Morgan Graham Norton Correct Incorrect Graham Norton Phillip Schofield Correct Incorrect Phillip Schofield Dermot O'Leary Correct Incorrect Dermot O'Leary Correct! Wrong! Graham Norton is a television presenter and the host of The Graham Norton Show on BBC One. What does "chuffed" mean? Enraged Correct Incorrect Enraged Pleased Correct Incorrect Pleased Offended Correct Incorrect Offended Drunk Correct Incorrect Drunk Correct! Wrong! "Chuffed" means quite pleased or delighted. How many wives did King Henry VIII have over the course of his life? Getty Images 4 Correct Incorrect 4 5 Correct Incorrect 5 6 Correct Incorrect 6 7 Correct Incorrect 7 Correct! Wrong! King Henry VIII was married six times and had two of his wives — Anne Boleyn and Catherine Howard — executed. What does this flag represent? Getty Images England Correct Incorrect England Great Britain Correct Incorrect Great Britain The United Kingdom Correct Incorrect The United Kingdom London Correct Incorrect London Correct! Wrong! It's the English flag. What's this called? Getty Images Haggis Correct Incorrect Haggis Yorkshire pudding Correct Incorrect Yorkshire pudding Laverbread Correct Incorrect Laverbread Toad in the hole Correct Incorrect Toad in the hole Correct! Wrong! Yorkshire pudding is a baked pudding of eggs, flour, and milk or water. Which of the follow is not a child of David and Victoria Beckham? Getty Images Brooklyn Joseph Correct Incorrect Brooklyn Joseph Romeo James Correct Incorrect Romeo James Harper Seven Correct Incorrect Harper Seven Esther Maude Correct Incorrect Esther Maude Correct! Wrong! The Beckhams' fourth child is Cruz David. How many people live in the UK? Getty Images 39 million Correct Incorrect 39 million 66 million Correct Incorrect 66 million 92 million Correct Incorrect 92 million 121 million Correct Incorrect 121 million Correct! Wrong! About 66 million people live in the UK. Ophelia, Rosencrantz, and Guildenstern are characters in which Shakespeare play? Getty Images Hamlet Correct Incorrect Hamlet Romeo and Juliet Correct Incorrect Romeo and Juliet A Midsummer Night's Dream Correct Incorrect A Midsummer Night's Dream King Lear Correct Incorrect King Lear Correct! Wrong! Ophelia, Rosencrantz, and Guildenstern are characters in Hamlet. One quid equals how many pence? Getty Images 5 Correct Incorrect 5 10 Correct Incorrect 10 20 Correct Incorrect 20 100 Correct Incorrect 100 Correct! Wrong! There are 100 pence in one quid (i.e. one pound).