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GUEST,Derrick BS: Queen Mother (297* d) RE: BS: Queen Mother 19 Jul 15

I'm not particularly bothered one way or the other about the Royals.
I think that film and photographs can easily be misunderstood with out all the information surrounding what is shown.
Several newspapers and other sources report a claim by a lip reading expert that the film is just a typical piece of family footage and not
what some people think it is.
Make of it what you wish.
This particular piece came from the Daily Mail,other papers echo it.

"One of Britain's leading lip readers has cast doubt over a video claiming to show the Queen performing a Nazi salute, insisting that the seven-year-old princess was simply waving on the instruction of her father.

Jessica Rees - who has worked with the National Crime Squad, The National Criminal Intelligence Service the Metropolitan Police and the FBI interpreting the spoken word - has insisted that Her Majesty is only raising her right arm to perform a playful royal wave.

Having studied the footage in depth, forensic lip reader Ms Rees - who was born deaf - is adamant that the future Queen and her three-year-old sister, Princess Margaret, throw their arms in the air after being instructed by Prince Edward to 'give a wave' to a passing woman, who can't be seen in the grainy footage, released by The Sun last week."

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