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Royal dolls’ house to be showcased on TV

September 2nd, 2011

Have you seen about this exciting new show coming up from the BBC?

Starting on Monday, September 12, Fiona Bruce is going to present The Queen’s Palaces.

It’s a three-part series about the Queen’s official residences.

And guess what? The second show on Monday September 19 will showcase probably the grandest dolls’ house in the world, the Queen’s Dolls’ House at Windsor Castle.

Originally built as a gift to Queen Mary, it now belongs to her granddaughter… Queen Elizabeth II.

The trailer for the show gives some idea of its opulence and scale.

For instance, it’s more than 3ft tall and is a tourist attraction in its own right.

The kitchen alone has 2,500 tiny oak sections for the wood-block floor!

Wouldn’t it be fantastic to be able to own a little piece of Queen Mary’s Dolls’ House for yourself? Very soon you’ll be able to do just that! Click through to register for more information from The Dolls House Emporium.

The series is scheduled for BBC1:
Buckingham Palace: 9pm on Monday, 12 September
Windsor Castle: 9pm on Monday, 19 September
Palace of Holyroodhouse: 9pm on Monday, 26 September

Check out the trailer here:


2 Comments to “Royal dolls’ house to be showcased on TV”

  1. Good lord! When I first saw this trailer, I thought Fiona Bruce was the gentle giant in a new adaptation of The Borrowers when seeing her head in that dollshouse. Did anyone else find that bizzare?

  2. I can see why Harry Hill or Stephen Mulhern might find a joke out of 0:14 to 0:16. “Where are you little people?” “I’m not gonna harm you.” “Damn now I got my head stuck!” And that concludes BBC Presenters do the Funniest Things.

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