Queen meets her great-great grandmother in holographic form (Rousse)

We all knew that BB had been working on something rather special. I was excited to be the first to discover the output of his secret project.

BB unlocked the massive door to the St Andrew Square house and I followed him in. Inside the vast space was not the computer lab that I expected, but a huge gallery. On plinths at the centre were animated sparkling silver holograms of members of the royal family, dead and living. I walked over to a young Queen Victoria and struck up a conversation, while Queen Elizabeth II looked on, eager to join us. This was the most amazing application of computer technology I had ever seen.

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