Πέμπτη, 26 Ιουνίου 2014

QUEEN ELIZABETH VISITS THE GAME OF THRONES FILM SET




The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh have met cast and production members from Game of Thrones during a tour of the Paint Hall Studios in Belfast.
The US television series is partly filmed in the city's Titanic Quarter, and is a focal point for Northern Ireland's burgeoning film industry.
The Royal couple began their second day of engagements at Crumlin Road Gaol in north Belfast.
They are on a three-day visit to Northern Ireland.
The Queen was shown some of the props and costumes which feature in the fantasy series during her visit to the Paint Hall StudiosThe Queen was shown some of the props and costumes that feature in the fantasy series during her visit to the Paint Hall Studios
The Royal couple got a chance to see some of the costumes from Game of Thrones at close quartersThe Royal couple got a chance to see some of the costumes from Game of Thrones at close quarters
The Queen was presented with a miniature version of the Iron Throne, which features in Game of Thrones, before leavingThe Queen was presented with a miniature version of the Iron Throne, which features in Game of Thrones, before leaving
As well as meeting cast and production staff, the Royal couple were also given a short overview of the series and the impact it has had on Northern Ireland, not only in terms of employment, but also in the creative arts field.


The Queen and Prince Philip also viewed some of the props that have featured in the hit fantasy show.
Before leaving, they were presented with a miniature version of the infamous Iron Throne, which appears in the series.

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