The Queen House spider has been photographed in the White House
The Queen’s House Spider has been spotted in the Washington, DC White House, a photographer has captured.
The Queen’s house spider was first spotted in March when a reporter spotted the brownish spider on a chair.
It was taken to the White Houses Department of Agriculture and a camera was fitted on the chair, but the spider had not been seen before.
This was followed by another photo of the spider and a video.
Now, photographer Robert Hickey has been documenting the Queen’s HOUSE spider in the new White House.
Mr Hickey said: I had no idea that I would be documenting this little creature in such a prominent place and I’m very proud to be doing it.
‘I knew it was going to be big news and people were going to have to go there.’
The White House was one of the first locations I would go to.’
There was an excitement for a new building, I knew it would be a little bit bigger than the old White House but it was just amazing to see.’
He said he was in a rush to get the photos out to his family and friends, and had no plans to take the photo again.
The Queen House Spider, known as the Queen House Spider, has been found in the US, Europe and AustraliaSource: Robert Haney/The Next Web, copyright(c)2017 Robert Hodge