<p>Jill Biden convinced everyone she was flight attendant on board a flight to Washington as a April Fool’s Day Prank.</p>

Jill Biden convinced everyone she was flight attendant on board a flight to Washington as a April Fool’s Day Prank.

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Jill Biden is the Queen of April Fool’s Day, after tricking both journalists and members of her own staff.

During the meal service on a flight to Washington from California, a flight attendant with a name tag that read “Jasmine” gave out Dove ice cream bars, along with a black face mask and black pantsuit and short brown bob.

A few minutes later, “Jasmine” reappeared, sans wig, unveiling herself to be none other than Jill Biden, The First Lady of the United States, exclaiming, “April Fools.”

Her aids told reporters they were just as taken aback as they were to find out who “Jasmine” really was.

Jill Biden has asserted on record her love of practical jokes.

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In her 2019 memoir, When The Light Enters, she wrote about how she gets a thrill out them, once hiding in the overhead luggage compartment to give a fright to the poor fool who discovered her while on Air Force 2 while her husband Joe Biden was vice president.

“I’ve always believed you’ve got to steal the joyful moments when you can.” She wrote.

She is not the first First Lady to take part in April Fool’s Day as Barbara Bush also donned a wig on the day dedicated to pranks in 1989.

Sporting a strawberry blonde hair to an important dinner with a who-whos of society. according to UPI. ‘She was poking fun at all the attention paid to her looks,’ said Anna Perez, the press secretary at the time.

April Fool’s Day is a tricky thing to get right, and it does not always go to plan.

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