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Century of Royal London brought to life in Museum of London Royal Timetrip app
The app, launched in time for the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee and the London Olympics, allows iPhone and iPad users to immerse themselves in iconic royal events.

LONDON.- The Museum of London Royal Timetrip app contains a specially edited and location-specific film collection, narrated by Helen Baxendale (Friends, Cold Feet), which covers a century of royal London life, featuring amongst other iconic events, four royal weddings, two coronations and a funeral.

The app, launched in time for the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee and the London Olympics, allows iPhone and iPad users to immerse themselves in iconic royal events from London’s past and explore the enduring relationship between the British monarchy and the people of London. It is available from the App Store for £1.49.

Incredible archive footage from the app allows users to connect what they’ve seen in the past on their TVs at home with London’s present day geography. Highlights sourced from a variety of archives such as the BBC, include:

• Princess Diana’s wedding debut in front of billions worldwide and the marriage of her son Prince William to Kate Middleton in 2011;

• Millions crowding the streets of London for the Coronations of the Queen and her father King George VI;

• Prince Philip’s vows to Princess Elizabeth at their Westminster Abbey wedding in 1947;

• Churchill and the royal family celebrating VE day alongside thousands of ordinary Londoners; * Her Majesty the Queen’s first public appearance as a baby on the balcony of Buckingham Palace;

• After the Oscar-winning film, ‘The King’s Speech’, we’ve found the real King’s last speech at the Festival of Britain in 1951.

In addition users can explore fascinating images and objects from the Museum of London’s vast collections and by interacting with pop up factoids in the app’s videos and stills galleries, they can delve deeper into the capital’s royal history.

The app also offers two family-friendly games. The unique ‘put yourself in the picture’ feature enables anyone to transport themselves into iconic royal moments, stepping into the shoes of Britain’s most famous Princes and Princesses on their wedding day. The user can then share their entertaining souvenir snaps with their friends. A family tree game challenges the user to place five centuries’ of British Kings and Queens in the right order.

Visitors lucky enough to be heading to London this month are likely to see everything that the British monarchy’s pomp and pageantry has become world famous for, the streets of the Diamond Jubilee city transformed for the 30th Olympiad, the Royal Family out in force and of course Her Majesty the Queen having fun as a Bond Girl, celebrating this unique year in British history.

The Museum of London Royal Timetrip, will immerse users in a century of royal pomp and circumstance, proving the British monarchy has always been one for the crowds. And amazingly, not just for the huge occasions of state like coronations or jubilees. Funerals, the end of war, even the return from an overseas trip, were in times past the excuse for a day off work, a massive parade, cheering, flag-waving and general pageantry, which nowadays only rolls out once or twice a decade.

Some might argue that of course previous generations would turn out in their thousands to watch a bit of pomp since they didn’t have televisions or iPads to distract them, but there seems to be some particularly deep, personal and intimate connection between the people of Britain and their monarch, which defies fashion or the advance of technology.

Explore Buckingham Palace, Westminster Abbey, St Paul’s Cathedral and other key royal sites through an interactive map highlighting London’s iconic royal landmarks which drives users to galleries of stills and video content. Enjoy 40 minutes of high quality specially edited clips organised by date, with optional pop-up factoids to explain more.

Dig deeper for more info on fascinating objects and images from the Museum of London’s vast collections, which can be pinched and expanded for deeper visual immersion. Links on each image take the user directly to the Museum’s online collections site. A family tree game tests knowledge of the British royal family with portrait tiles to drag and drop in the correct order and facts for every correctly placed monarch.

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