We're not quite sure what Frankie Boyle was thinking during his comedy sketch last night.
After the controversial funnyman made some seriously offensive jokes about the royal family at the Wembley Arena during his 10-minute stand-up routine on Russell Brand's Give It Up for Comic Relief, BBC has since removed his vile remarks from the three-and-a-half-hour live charity special.
Color us not surprised.
Boyle kicked off his comedy sketch with a jab at Queen Elizabeth II, who only just returned home from a London hospital after suffering from a stomach infection:
"I wish the Queen had died the night before the Royal Jubilee—I wish she'd just f--king died. But they wouldn't have been able to tell us that she'd died. They would have had to hollow out her body and get that guy who plays Gollum to wear it."
The contentious quip, obviously, did not draw laughs from the over 12,000 person crowd, and Boyle was reportedly booed as he continued to fire off insults at the royal family.
"I can't believe she is pregnant," he said, referring to the Duchess of Cambridge. "To be honest, because she told me she was on the pill."
"Pistorius to me sounds like a spell Harry Potter would say to make your legs drop off," he said to the dissatisfied audience.
And even the former Pope couldn't escape Frankie's line of fire:
"The Pope must have done something that even the Catholic church found unacceptable. My theory is that he f--ked an adult woman."
This is hardly the first time Boyle has taken heat for his offensive remarks. After Kate announced her pregnancy in Decemeber, the foul-mouthed star shared his thoughts on Twitter:
"The only reason Kate Middleton's pregnant is she doesn't have tits worth finishing on #royalbaby," he wrote.
Oh, Frankie, haven't you heard? You don't mess with Kate. You just don't.