Hitler adored the British Empire. It was his wet dream to team up with them to fight the Ruskies. But that would never have happened as it has been Britain's continental policy to always ally with the "lesser" of the continental powers against the stronger. Hence the UK being allied with Prussia against Napoleonic France at the time, then switching sides with the rise of Germany in the 1860s. However, a slightly more likely scenario would have seen the French ditching Britain for an overture to Germany. There were very complex sentiments towards Germany in France prior to WWII, as well as many of the French elites who detested the UK. While I wouldn't say there ever was a good chance at this happening, it did reach the level of open discussion a few times in French papers and think tanks of the time.