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Fit for a Queen

13905870Helen Mirren had to decline an invitation to meet Queen Elizabeth, but a host of other media figures will be on hand tonight as the White House hosts a state dinner for her majesty.

Jerry Perenchio, former owner of Univision and co-chair of John McCain’s presidential campaign, is among the notables on the guest list for the white-tie event.

Others invited include NBC’s David Gregory, "The View" host Elizabeth Hasselbeck and husband Timothy Hasselbeck, golfer Arnold Palmer, ABC’s Robin Roberts, former First Lady Nancy Reagan and football star Peyton Manning. Itzhak Perlman provides the  entertainment.

WCBS-TV in Washington provides a live feed.

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