If there’s one person we can count on to make us laugh till we cry, it’s Miranda Hart.

The actress/comedian/writer is the reigning Queen of the silly, slapstick humour we love. And if this recent video on her social media is anything to go by, she just keeps getting better!

44-year-old Miranda has just returned from an autumn jaunt to the sunny isles of Greece (jealous? Us? Never…)

And whilst there, she didn’t fail to put her stunning backdrop to comedic use. The actress hilariously decided to create a Mamma Mia 2 trailer all of her own, ahead of the film’s impending release.

Miranda put her unique spin on some of the film’s best-loved hits – adding her own lyrics to the classic songs.

Mamma Mia 2 trailer is out…. (when in Greece)

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One line includes the lyrics, “Dancing Queen, young and sweet, only 44!”

While another, tongue-in-cheek moment sees the comedian mimic the film, waving a scarf around whilst enthusiastically singing ‘The Winner Takes It All’.

Fans were understandably left in hysterics over the 30 second video. Many took to the post to express how hilarious they found it.

One wrote, “You are sooo funny! Love you x”, while another said “this has actually made not only my day but my week omg love her 😂❤”

Last sunset @danairesort Will be very sad to leave. Thanks @inspiringtravelco for the recc #sunsets #Greece #backtowork

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A third fan also confessed that they want a musical Miranda film, writing “Oh my god I want a feature length of just this”.

Miranda’s brand new venture…

Following her relaxing holiday, the actress now appears to be fully back into the swing of work. On her social media, she posted about her impending appearance at Cheltenham Literary Festival, to promote her new book, The Girl With The Lost Smile.

New book = Larks at Cheltenham Literary Festival. Come along. http://bit.ly/MirandaChelt

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Discussing her foray into the world of children’s books, Miranda has admitted that it’s the result of a long-held dream.

“I still remember the vivid images from the magical worlds of my favourite authors when I was younger.

“I am excited that I might be able to do the same here.”