Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowdon and Family
A pictorial history of Princess Margaret and her children
Looking good: Lady Sarah Chatto was elegant in a cream coat and neutral hat as she was driven along the racecourse in a landau following the Queen's 20 June 2014
The Queen is chic in hot pink as she goes for racing glory
Lady Sarah Armstrong-Jones (now Chatto), daughter of Princess Margaret and Anthony, Earl of Snowdon, 1980s
thebritishnobility: Lady Sarah Chatto, Viscountess Linley, Viscount Linley, Daniel Chatto and Arthur Chatto at Easter Service, St. George's Chapel, Windsor, April 20, 2014
Lady Sarah Chatto and Serena Lindley attend the Easter Service at St. George's Chapel 20 Apr 2014
April 17, 1971 Princess Margaret wore this oversize pillbox covered with peacock feathers to Pony Day at Ascot
Viscount Linley with his children Charles and Margarita Armstrong-Jones at Easter Service, St. George's Chapel, Windsor, April 20, 2014
Lord Linley arrives at Bagshot Park, Surrey for Prince Edwards 50th Birthday Party 9 Mar 2014
Noblesse & Royautés: Serena (Viscountess Linley) with her two children Margarita and Charles in Provence, 2013
La boutique de lady Linley à Londres
Princess Margaret by Cecil Beaton, 1960s.
Princess Margaret and Lord Snowdon
Princess Margaret (Queen Elizabeth's sister)and Lord Snowdon with their children, David and Sarah, at Kensington Palace, 1965.
The Princess and the Photographer
Britain's Princess Margaret at the collection of Christian Dior fashions displayed in Blenheim Palace, 05 Nov 1954
Princess Margaret's four grandchildren: Arthur Chatto, Margarita Armstrong-Jones, Charles Armstrong-Jones, and Samuel Chatto.
Regal Majesty: Viscountess and Viscount Linley, Earl of Snowdon and Princess Margaret at the wedding of Lady Sarah Armstrong-Jones, 1994
Lady Serena,Viscountess Linley and David Armstrong-Jones, Viscount Linley attends the Wedding of Lady Melissa Percy at St. Michael's Church, Baliffgate, Alnwick, Northumberland, UK, on 22 June 2013
She wanted desperately to break free of the institution and rebel, but she also wanted to be treated as a royal princess living in the lap of luxury more regal then the Queen. Her Majesty's only sister lived her life full of jealousy, greed, scandal and sadness.