In a statement Buckingham Palace has confirmed that after Queen Elizabeth's fake helicopter jump for the Olympic opening ceremony, her Majesty is to make a real jump from a helicopter.
Her Majesty will make the jump this Tuesday at noon.
The helicopter will take off from the grounds of Buckingham Palace, circle London twice, and then the 86-year-old monarch will exit the helicopter over Trafalgar Square in the heart of the capital.
Her Majesty will wear a 'Superwoman' outfit, in the colors of the Union Flag.
Her favorite Corgi, fitted with a toy parachute, will at the same time be pushed from the helicopter to join his mistress in her jump.
According to our Palace source, Prince Philip volunteered to do the pushing.
No harm is expected to come to the pet.
No harm is expected to come to the Queen either.
The Palace did not reveal in its statement whose idea the jump was or what it hoped it would achieve.
Animal Rights groups have begun to descend on London in protest of cruelty to old animals.