Baffling Antiques Roadshow episode shows moth used to make Queens wedding dress

BBC's Antiques Roadshow took viewers on an enchanting journey as they aired a special episode dedicated to the life of Queen Elizabeth II.

Taking place on the former HMY Britannia, the programme focused on special historical moments in the Queen's life including her childhood and her marriage to Prince Philip in 1947.

But things took a rather surprising turn when they interviewed horticulturist Tom Hart Dyke who bought in a moth that helped produce silk for the Queen's wedding gown.

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