The Queen open the Olympics second time in her 60 year life. Execution of the Queen, who in his film acting debut alongside James Bond star Daniel Craig-in. Bradley Wiggins added the Rowan Atkinson and David Beckham to the British talent and sense of fun presents.
Law islands and the miracle that has developed at the opening ceremony of the Oscar-winner Boyle celebrate all things British chart history of the country: It started with calls for a huge bell-cycling hero Wiggins, the Tour de France win last week, England. Cyclist Wiggins was wearing a yellow jersey from the audience cheered. The stadium was turned into a green and pleasant land of hills, and peoples enjoy a Cottage Living Life as an ideal version of the British, including 12 horses and three cows, two, 10, 10 chickens, ducks, geese, nine, 70 sheep and three shepherds appeared, the first scenes. Shattered Peace in the annual industry sprouted in the soil with a high-banging.
A cast of hundreds swarmed to the center of the arena as a dark, dirty, an Urban Landscape, and huge smoking chimneys rise from the ground. Suddenly everything came to a standstill when the silence and revealed in a poppy field in order to pay tribute to those who have died in war. A tribute to the NHS featured musician Mike Oldfield Tubular Bells play and Harry Potter author JK Rowling read by JM Barrie Peter Pan. In another sketch comedy Rowan Atkinson in Mr. Bean's character creates chaos as Sir Simon Rattle, the theme from Chariots of Fire.
Sir Paul McCartney performed Hey Jew, as the audience waved flags and sang along with him. In keeping with tradition, Greece led the Parade of the 205 national teams competing in the games. As the host team GB brought up the rear, led by Sir Chris Hoy, winner of three track cycling gold in Beijing. Shortly before the show began, the Red Arrows flickered across London in an exciting flyby, leaving red, white and blue trails of vapor. The world-famous RAF aerobatic team flew over the capital at precisely 08.12 - 2012 on the 24-hour clock. First Lady Michelle Obama and the Queen in The opening ceremony took place before an audience of 62,000 including Prime Minister David Cameron and U.S. At the end of the three-and-a-half hours spectacular Her Majesty declared the games open, the Olympic flame was lit. Secret was surrounded, who perform the ceremony, with Sir Steve Redgrave, Sir Roger Bannister and Daley Thompson all tipped as a contender - but the honor was given to seven talented young athletes.
Another secret was kept fixed, as the torch will make its final journey from the town hall until the Olympic Stadium. The surprise was that it was former England captain David Beckham, who was shown driving a speedboat with a young Arsenal women's soccer player Jade Bailey, past Tower Bridge. The stadium burst into cheers for Beckham, who missed out on a place in Team GB football team. The show was of those who traveled from all over the world to have been blessed to see it. The ceremonial cauldron was lit by seven young British athletes.
American Bill Howells, 48, from Oklahoma, said: It was definitely one of the best opening ceremonies for the Olympics. Javier Gonzalaz, 26, from Guadalajara, Mexico, said: "It represented Britain in the best possible light and showed the rest of the world what a proud country this is. After the ceremony, Boyle tweeted: "I just want to take a moment to thank everyone involved tonight, couldn't have worked without you. Thank you, thank you so much. Before leaving for east London, the Queen and Prince Philip held a reception for foreign heads of state and VIPs at Buckingham Palace. She told them: "To me, the spirit of togetherness is a most important part of the Olympic ideal, and the British people can be proud of the part they have played in keeping the spirit alive.
Many sports played in these Games have their historic roots in this country, and as a nation we have an abiding passion for sport, as well as a tradition of fair play and a good-natured sense of fun. The transport network was said to be running extremely well as crowds flocked to the opening ceremony. Earlier, thousands of people lined the River Thames to cheer the Olympic torch as it made its way across London from Hampton Court to the Tower of London. There was also a part in the show for fictional movie nanny Mary Poppins. Bells rang out around the UK to mark the final countdown, among them London's Big Ben who chimed non-stop for three minutes from 8.12am. David Cameron said Britain was ready to welcome the greatest show on Earth", adding: "This is a great moment for our country, so we must seize it. Gonzalaz Xavier 26, of Guadalajara, Mexico, said: "It represents the UK at the best possible light, and showed the rest of the world, what a proud country that Boyle tweeted after the ceremony.
I just want a moment today to thank everyone involved in the evening they cannot work without you, Thank you, and Thank you so much before he left for East London, the Queen and Prince Philip at the reception of foreign heads of state and VIPs at Buckingham Palace. He said to them. "For me, the spirit of togetherness is a very important part of the Olympic ideal, and the British people can be proud of the role played by the spirit alive. Played a lot of sports games that have their historical roots in this country and as a nation we have an abiding love for the sport, but also a tradition of fair play and good-natured sense of fun. The transport network is running very well, as crowds flocked to the opening ceremony. Earlier, thousands of people lined the River Thames and cheer for the Olympic torch as it makes its way to London to Hampton Court and Tower of London there As a part of the artistic nanny Mary Poppins movie for the show. Bells tolled across the UK, and the Final Countdown to celebrate, including Big Ben-London non-stop 3 minutes on the clock sounded at 8.12. David Cameron said that Britain is ready to welcome a great show on earth, "and added," This is a great moment for our country, we need to.