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Friday, 7 June 2013 - Reported by Chuck Foster
Jenna-Louise Coleman was one of the people honoured to speak to the Queen during a visit by the Monarch to the BBC's new Broadcasting House, which she officially opened today. After passing by the resident Dalek, the Queen was then introduced to the actress - next to the TARDIS!

Coleman later spoke to BBC News about her experience:
The Queen and I had a conversation about time-travel, and I told her I am the Doctor's assistant and we get to travel anywhere in all of time and space, to which she replied "That must be fun" - to which I replied it really is, it's marvellous, not knowing where you're going to be from one week to the next.
And did she ask who the next Doctor might be?
No! Everybody else in the building has asked me who the next Doctor is, and I can tell you honestly we don't know. It's going to be a long, long search. But yes, I'm being asked that question a lot.
The full interview with BBC News can be watched in the United Kingdom via their website.

The Queen meets Jenna-Louise Coleman at BBC Broadcasting House, 7th June 2013 (Credit: BBC News) The Queen at BBC Broadcasting House, 7th June 2013 (Credit: BBC News)