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Danny Dyer has been hilariously revoicing the Royals again

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We're starting to think that Danny Dyer has designs on David Dimbleby's job because once again the EastEnders star has provided voiceovers for various royal occasions. But, unlike Dimbleby, the cockney geezer hilariously puts his own trademark slang in royal mouths. The results give us a glimpse of how funny and interesting televised royal events could actually be.

Last time it was the royal wedding and now Prince George, William and the Queen herself get the cockney makeover and one would say it's something of an improvement.

In a better world Danny would provide the commentary to all major national occasions. 

It's not only the royals that Danny likes to dub over, have a look at Bond, Harry Potter and The Avengers

(Image: Rex)

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