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What a day! The Queen opened our Information Age gallery with her first Tweet youtube.com/watch?v=bH6rKH… #TheQueenTweets #smInfoAge
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The Rugby transmitter at the @ScienceMuseum #SMInfoAge #TheQueenTweets
A replica 1950s television set plays The Queen's Coronation in 1953 at the Information Age exhibition @ScienceMuseum. The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh saw this today. #SMInfoAge #TheQueenTweets
#TheQueenTweets for the first time to open the Information Age gallery @ScienceMuseum in London. #SMInfoAge
@BritishMonarchy It seems HRH made quite the impression on our little ones! A kiss for Sophie! pic.twitter.com/NIpCbiJCG0
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Made using punch cards & telegraph printing tape from our archives. The tape was often used as confetti in times of celebration #smInfoAge
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To thank The Queen, our inventor-in-residence @markchampkins designed this beautiful Information bouquet #smInfoAge pic.twitter.com/0C5zXKh9v9
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To celebrate the opening of the Information Age gallery at London's @ScienceMuseum this ‘Information bouquet’ was hand-made by the Museum’s Inventor in Residence, Mark Champkins, using telegraph printing tape and punch cards taken from the Science Museum Archives. Telegraph paper tape is one of the
Something one doesn't see everyday... The Queen sends her first tweet to open #smInfoAge #TheQueenTweets pic.twitter.com/yOeK6Jlnxx
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The last tweet was sent personally by The Queen from her official Twitter account @BritishMonarchy #TheQueenTweets
It is a pleasure to open the Information Age exhibition today at the @sciencemuseum and I hope people will enjoy visiting. Elizabeth R.
An upwards glance at the amazing @ScienceMuseum #SMInfoAge
An extra half a million television sets were sold in the weeks running up to The Queen's Coronation. #SMInfoAge
The Queen allowed cameras inside @wabbey for the 1st time during a State occasion for her Coronation. bit.ly/1tbs5Fn #SMInfoAge
In 1976 The Queen became the first Monarch to send an email during a visit to an army base - here it is! #SMInfoAge pic.twitter.com/jsVMyGGjsW
A mobile phone call box from Bamenda, #Cameroon, now in London's @ScienceMuseum. Cameroonian entrepreneur Emmanuel Bongsunu ran a mobile phone business from this call box for over a decade. The bright colours and strategic roadside location attracted many customers. #SMInfoAge #Commonwealth
A very British scene outside the @ScienceMuseum in London today. Her Majesty The Queen will visit the museum to open the new Information Age gallery later this morning. #SMInfoAge
During The Queen's life communication has changed dramatically, from telegrams to telephones, TV & the web #smInfoAge pic.twitter.com/bcca4na6Hs
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The Queen first visited us in 1938 to see our Children's gallery with Queen Mary and Princesses Margaret #smInfoAge pic.twitter.com/2l8Bzq9Eav
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Listen to The Queen's 1947 radio message here - bit.ly/1otxaHP #SMInfoAge
In 1947, The Queen (then Princess Elizabeth) dedicated her life to the service of the Commonwealth via radio from South Africa #SMInfoAge
You can watch The Queen's first televised Christmas broadcast from 1957 here - bit.ly/ZNPAaD #SMInfoAge
The Queen made her 1st televised Christmas Broadcast in 1957 and spoke of 'the speed at which things are changing all around us' #SMInfoAge
Here's our timeline of Royals and technology, beginning with Queen Victoria meeting Alexander Graham Bell in 1878 - bit.ly/1tOcX1u
Today The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh will visit the @sciencemuseum in London to open the Information Age gallery #SMInfoAge
Earlier today, at Buckingham Palace, HM and HRH bid farewell to the President of #Singapore and Mrs Tan #StateVisit amp.twimg.com/v/f99ab717-113…
Des mots de soutien de Sa Majesté la Reine suite aux événements troublants d'hier. #OttawaFort bit.ly/1wr5SRn
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Her Majesty's message to @GGDavidJohnston & the people of #Canada "Our thoughts and prayers are with all those affected. Elizabeth R" (2/2)
HM to @GGDavidJohnston & the people of #Canada: "Prince Philip and I were shocked and saddened by the events in Ottawa earlier today." (1/2)
The Queen has sent the following message to @GGDavidJohnston after yesterday's events in #Ottawa #Canada: bit.ly/1tNUnXi
A combined late 18th century soft-paste dinner and dessert service purchased by George IV and used at Carlton House in the 1820s was used at the #Singapore #StateVisit banquet
Fresh salad bowls are prepared for the #Singapore #StateVisit banquet
We thought we would share a couple more photos from the State Banquet. Here's a bottle of Port from the Royal Cellars that was served at last night's celebrations #StateVisit
Poignant moment as #WW1 British soldiers' remains reinterred in Northern France 100 years after death @CWGC pic.twitter.com/RQC4Ss4352
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The Earl of Wessex has been Commodore in Chief of the Royal Fleet Auxiliary since 2006.
The Earl of Wessex has sent a message of support to RFA Argus travelling to Sierra Leone to support #Ebola efforts in the region @RoyalNavy
Here's our @Storify blog with a round-up of yesterday's Singapore #StateVisit: bit.ly/1pxqBz0
President Tan says that UK & #Singapore have a relationship of mutual trust & respect built over many years  #SGStateVisit @Singapore50
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.@UKinSingapore is proud tht outstanding Singaporeans like Paralympian Laurentia Tan hv come to e #State Banquet in honour of #SGStateVisit
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For those of you with a sweet tooth...delicious petits fours waiting to be served to the #Singapore #StateVisit banquet guests
And here's the menu being served at the palace for this evening's Singapore State Banquet #StateVisit
Behind the scenes, the finishing touches are added to tonight's dishes before being served to the 170 guests at the State Banquet
The Queen: "As well as a common heritage, our countries share a wealth of common interests." #Singapore #StateVisit
The Queen:"Mr President, your visit is an opportunity to celebrate the links between our two countries, developed over almost two centuries"
Chefs in the Royal kitchens work seamlessly together to create tonight's Singapore State Banquet dinner menu. #statevisit
Also joining tonight's #StateVisit celebrations are The Duke of Kent, The Duke and Duchess of Gloucester and Princess Alexandra
The Queen, The Duke of Edinburgh, @TheDukeOfYork and The Earl & Countess of Wessex are attending the banquet #StateVisit