Queen Set to Deliver a 3D Speech

Britain’s Queen Elizabeth will utilize her traditional Christmas Day message, filmed in 3D for the first time, to commemorate the world’s sportsmens for providing a “magnificent summer of sport” at the London Olympics.

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In her individual address to the nation, the monarch will pay tribute to the competitors’ “skill, dedication, training and teamwork”, her workplace said on Monday.

The 86-year-old head of state provided an Olympic highlight when she made a surprise comic turn with James Bond actor Daniel Craig in a short movie for the opening event.

Queen Set to Deliver a 3D Speech

Queen Set to Deliver a 3D Speech

“In pursuing their very own sporting objectives, they gave the rest of us the opportunity to share something of the enjoyment and dramatization,” she will say, according to advance extracts.

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Queen Elizabeth missed a church service at her country hideaway on Sunday due to a cool, Buckingham Palace said. Her message was pre-recorded and will head out as expected.

It comes at the end of a landmark year for the royal household.
Britain’s Queen Elizabeth views a preview of her Christmas message with a pair of 3D glasses in London

Queen Elizabeth marked 60 years on the throne with the Diamond Jubilee parties and her grand son Prince William and his spouse Kate are anticipating their first child.

Prime Minister David Cameron issued his very own Christmas message where he broached Britain’s “amazing year”.

“We supported our queen to the rafters with the Jubilee, showed the world exactly what we’re made of by presenting the most spectacular Olympic and Paralympic Gamings ever before and– let’s not forget – punched way above our weight in the medals table,” he said.

The first Christmas broadcast was provided by Queen Elizabeth’s grandfather George V in 1932. It has come to be a Christmas Day custom for numerous households to see it together after lunch.

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