Voiceover extraordinaire Dave Lamb is to provide his inimitable narration to a day in the life of Her Majesty the Queen.
After limited success announcing on 90s hit Gladiators, dryer-than-a-tonic-water, and sassier than a lunchtime TV chat show Lamb is famed for his deliciously sarcastic delivery on C4’s Come Dine With Me.
Equipped with a PA system mounted to a mobility scooter, Lamby will follow the Her Maj on her visit to a preschool in Hounslow, before accompanying her on a tour of a towel factory.
ANTN expect to hear classic lines uttered by Lamb, such as:
“Lets see what Liz is wearing today: Oh, how about that, exactly the same long coat and hat combination she has been wearing for the last 61 years. Always one to mix it up is our Queen.”
“What do you mean, ‘What do you do?’, Queenie? They’re children; all they do is eat Rice Crispies and pick scabs off their knees!”
A Day in The Life of Our Queen: A Dave Lamb Narration will not be televised, nor will it even be filmed. It seems this project is being carried out purely out of Lamb’s twisted fascination with commenting on other people’s existence.