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  • Lucy O

    5/9/2011: Helen Mirren Queen Elizabeth II attend a performing arts reception held at Buckingham Palace (London)

  • Tiffany Tsang

    Helen Mirren...watch out. You may be stealing someone's thunder. An even better picture to look up - James Dean doing interpretive dance with Eartha Kitt!

  • Tina Thompson

    Oh, dear, I know her! She played me! Or am I her? (Photo of Queen Elizabeth looking at actress Helen Mirren during a reception to honor young people in performing arts at Buckingham Palace by Getty Images via the Telegraph) very interesting the look on the Queen's face...

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