Queen Elizabeth II with (from left) Princess Anne, Prince Phillip, Princess Michael of Kent, Peter Phillips, Prince Charles and Diana, Princess of Wales on the balcony of Buckingham Palace at the Trooping the Colour ceremony in London on June 11, 1983.
60 Years of Our Queen → 1954.
An outtake from a photoshoot taken to mark Princess Anne’s first birthday. The coral necklace she is wearing is the same one Lilibet wore when she was photographed for her first birthday.
Anne celebrated her first birthday at Birkhall, the Balmoral Estate, with a tea party attended by the King, Queen and Princess Margaret also, obviously, her mother, father and elder brother.
The then Duchess of Edinburgh and her son, Prince Charles, May 1949.
This was quite a relaxed photo shoot for the time, certainly one of my favourites.
Photos released in celebration of Prince Charles’ first birthday, November 14th 1949.
Sadly, Lily, the shoot you were referencing was done in May ‘49 so he wasn’t a year old, however I’ll make the photoset for you anyway :)
Queen Elizabeth II driving through Windsor in her Daimler in 1957, with Prince Charles in the passenger seat and Princess Anne in the back of the car
Lilibet and Philip Alphabet → J - Jubilee Celebrations 2012
The Duke was sadly absent for much of the Jubilee celebrations, having been taken to hospital on the afternoon of the second day of the celebrations, where he was then diagnosed with a bladder infection. The Duke, however, was part of the splendor of the River Pageant and his illness was announced the next day, a few hours before he and the Queen were due to make an appearance at the Jubilee concert held in honor of Her Majesty.
Although absent Philip was not forgotten - as his eldest son, Prince Charles, referenced him in his speech at the end of the concert the crowds called out his name in a cheer prompting the Queen to smile a coy, yet amused smile.
The Queen soldiered on without her husband to enjoy the final day of celebrations which included a Thanksgiving Service, a lunch and then a carriage ride to Buckingham Palace where she then appeared on the balcony with Prince Charles, the Duchess of Cornwall, the Duke of Cambridge, the Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry.