The Lancastrian school boy - who hit the headlines last week after managing to vote in the general election - has once again made the front pages today, by stealing a march on the three main parties and successfully forming the next UK government.
While the leaders of the Conservatives, the Liberal Democrats and Labour were preoccupied with their fourth day of negotiations, 14-year-old, Alfie McKenzie - who the popular press have dubbed 'McKenzie the even younger than Pitt' - decided to simply take the initiative and give the Queen a ring himself, to ask if he could, "have a go?"
Much to Alfie's surprise - and much to the chagrin of Mr. Cameron, Mr. Clegg and Mr. Brown – the Queen not only accepted his proposal, but Her Majesty has also offered to assist the school boy from Poulton-le-Fylde to, "overcome any constitutional barriers that he may encounter".
A spokesman for Buckingham Palace confirmed that the Queen had been most impressed by, "this young man's gumption" and explained that Her Majesty was, "quite frankly sick of twiddling her thumbs, waiting for the other numptys to get their bloody collective acts together."
However – with legal challenges and constitutional wrangles to one side - Alfie still faces one further obstacle, which may ultimately prevent him from taking up office. Alfie's mum, Nadine Wiseman, has publically stated that she would much prefer him to concentrate on passing his Maths GCSE, "before he starts worrying about trying to resolve the problem of the country's massive deficit".