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Royal Tiaras Fit for a Queen

DIAMOND DIADEM To celebrate her Diamond Jubilee, Queen Elizabeth II has allowed some of her prized jewels to be displayed at Buckingham Palace starting June 30, including the Diamond Diadem, originally created in 1821 for King George IV. A favorite of the Queen's, the stately crown features roses, thistles and shamrocks – the symbols of England, Scotland and Ireland.

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1957 Maple Leaf gown, worn by QE2 in Canada


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Nation Gears Up For The Queen's Diamond Jubilee

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Queen Elizabeth II (1952- ). House of Windsor. Married to Philip Mountbatten. Children: Prince Charles, Princess Anne, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward.

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Queen Elizabeth before she came to the throne, photographed by Cecil Beaton.

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True lover's knot: The Queen’s choice of jewellery is always carefully thought out. Close to her sister Princess Margaret, she wore this diamond brooch, inherited from Queen Mary, to her wedding. She also wore it, romantically, to the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton last year to celebrate their ‘true love’

The Queen of style: The beautiful gowns and precious jewellery that have made the Queen the very image of royalty

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One Ma'am and her dogs: Or how the Queen can control her beloved Labradors from 800 yards just using hand signals and whistles

Queen Elizabeth II as young girl.

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Young Queen Elizabeth II.

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The Culinan V Brooch, Queen Elizabeth II.

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HRH Queen Elizabeth II Britain's poses at Howe Barracks in Canterbury, Kent with the 1st Battalion of The Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders with the Wilkinson Sword of Peace for establishing good relations with communities during their service in Iraq

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100+ Portraits of Iconic People of All Time

HRM Queen Elizabeth II - There have been many iconic photos of the Queen, but this one taken by famous photographer Annie Leibovitz conveys her regality while presenting her in a state of contemplation accented by the eternally inclement English weather. Taken in Buckingham Palace, the shot caused a furor in the British tabloid press when Leibovitz asked the Queen to remove her crown. Date: 2007. Photographer: Annie Leibovitz.

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Queen Elizabeth II, 1947. Princess Elizabeth wore a full length silk gown made of ivory duchesse satin, designed by Norman Hartnell. The dress, with a 15-foot train that was attached at the shoulders, was embroidered at the neckline, as well as along the sleeve edges, the front bodice and throughout the skirt and train with garlands of orange blossoms, jasmine, the white rose of York, and ears of wheat. Ten thousand seed pearls were used for the embroidery. It is said that women from all…

Princess Elizabeth's wedding attire

The Princess Elizabeth (later Queen Elizabeth II), The Princess Margaret, and Princess Alexandra of Kent as bridesmaids at the wedding of the Hon. Patricia Mountbatten and Lord Brabourne, 1946.

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Locket ring of Queen Elizabeth I. (gold with enamel, rubies, diamonds & mother-of-pearl), The top portrait is of her mother, Ann Boleyn, the other is a profile of Elizabeth herself.

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The Queen: 60 Photographs for 60 Years

The Diamond Jubilee gold kilo.

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Diamond Jubilee in Edinburgh: Queen and Prince Phillip visit Scotland

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Queen Elizabeth II when she was Princess.

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Pretty in pink, looking good for 85!

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Prince William in pictures

15 December 2006: Prince William breaks into a smile as he is inspected by his grandmother, the Queen, during the Sovereign's Parade at The Royal Military Academy in Camberley

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