HOLLYWOOD - English actor Colin Firth and his Italian-born wife Livia Giuggioli had been wondering what to get Prince William and Kate Middleton as a wedding gift.
Well at about 8:30 p.m. (Pacific Standard Time) on Sunday, February 27, at The 83rd Annual Academy Award Show Colin finally figured it out.
Firth won the Oscar for "Best Actor" for his portrayal of King George VI, in the movie The King's Speech.
He was presented the Academy Award by last year's recipient of the "Best Actress" award Sandra "The Kissing Bandit" Bullock.
Colin thanked the film's cast, director, producer, make up artist, hair stylist, and his personal stunt double Malcolm "The Tough Bloke" Egglescliffe.
When he thanked his beautiful wife he hollered out to her from the podium on the stage of the luxuriously exquisite Kodak theater that he had finally figured out what they were going to give (Prince) William and Kate for their wedding present.
His wife, a noted producer/director shook her head in agreement and gave him a thumbs up sign.
Firth, who won acclaim for his performance in the 2008 film The Accidental Husband and then for the two subsequent sequels, 2009's The Accidental Ex-Husband, and last year's The Accidental Menage-A-Trois Third Wheel, said that he wanted to give a heartfelt British shout of "Ello!" to all the lads down at The Bloomin' Sherwood Forest Pub in his hometown of Chiswick.
Colin was interviewed backstage and he was beaming with pride as he revealed to The Tinsel Town Times Tribune's Fauna Goobergarden that he had just received a text message from Queen Elizabeth II herself inviting him and Mrs. Firth to attend a luncheon in his honor at Buckingham Palace at noon on Monday, March 7.
The King's Speech also won the Academy Award for the following categories:
- Best Picture
- Best Song - "I Say Potato - You Say PPPPPotato"
- Best Director - Tom "Hula" Hooper
- Best Catering Service - Food, Food, & More Food
- Best Original Screenplay - David "The Word Master" Seidler
- Best Makeup - Brucey "Mr. Mascara" Tigginhickey
- Best Soundtrack - "The Soundtrack From The King's Speech" by Justin Bieber
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