Queen Elizabeth parachutes to the Olympics with James Bond (Video)

Queen Elizabeth parachutes to the Olympics with James Bond (Video)

London : United Kingdom | Jul 28, 2012 at 1:00 AM PDT
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Queen Elizabeth parachutes to the Olympics Video

The Opening Ceremony of London's 2012 Olympic Games packs with spectacular and breathtaking scenes particulary the secret mission to open the Olympics with having the Queen to jump off the helicopter and parachute to the Olympic Stadium together with the iconic British actor Daniel Craig as James Bond .

For Olympic opening ceremony director Danny Boyle who let Queen Majesty jump-off the helicopter is horendous but with £27m budget on Olympic opening ceremony, anything goes.

Did Queen Elizabeth II really parachute into the Olympic Games Stdium?

At her 86-years of age, well, no. But Her Majesty pull off the British swagger in a sense by showing her common touch, participating in her first acting role with no less than Daniel Craig's James Bond as her co-star.

As you can see in Queen Elizabeth parachutes to the Olympics with James Bond video, the two met up at her palace residence with her two adorable corgi's dog Monty and Holly in tow but stayed in the porch bid byes as the Queen and James Bond took off in a helicopter together, headed to the stadium.

What a dramatic entrance by Danny Boyle's masterpiece, as the Queen parachuted down to the event, of course with a stunt double dressed as the queen.

Then the Queen Elizabeth II cheerfully declared the Olympic Games open amid thunderous applause from the 80,000 spectators and athletes in the biggest sporting event in 64 years sinece last time Great Britain held the Olympics. Mission accomplished, Majesty!

As the famous enhanced lines in James Bond movie goes,

Bond: I admire your courage, Majesty Queen ...

Queen: Elizabeth... I admire your luck, Mr ....

Bond: Bond ...James Bond.

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