King Tut's sarcophagus is getting the royal treatment. The artifact is being restored for the first time in almost 100 years, with the preservation work coming just ahead of the expected opening of the Grand Egyptian Museum in 2020. Experts say this is the first time the artifact has been moved from the tomb since it was first found by British archeologist Howard Carter in 1922. The work, which is expected to take eight months, will be completed on the outer part of the coffin. InsideEdition.com's Justine Re reports.