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The Queen Goes 3D
Just imagine the whole family sat in front of the tele, everyone’s in a food coma post-Christmas dinner, with their 3D glasses settled on their noses — it’ll be as if viewers are IN the palace.
The one wee problem is that viewers need a television with 3D technology built in, which is not all that common.
The Queen recorded the message at Buckingham Palace in the new format on Friday, December 7 – becoming the first royal to use the technology, reports the UK Mail. The 3D broadcast is available on BBC and ITV.
The speech, sans 3D, will be re-aired on BBC America on Christmas day.
Are you going to make the Queen’s speech part of your holiday?