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HRH Princess Elizabeth (now Queen Elizabeth II) wearing a three row pearl necklace, possibly the one she received from her grandfather George V.

Four generations of Windsors (clockwise from top) HM The King (George VI); HM Queen Mary; HRH Prince Charles of Edinburgh; HRH The Princess Elizabeth, Duchess of Edinburgh

I believe this is a picture of Queen Elizabeth, Prince Charles, Queen Mary ( the Kings mother) and King George the ( the current Queens father)

Royal Wedding Pictures: The Ones You Haven't Seen A Million Times (PHOTOS)

PHOTOS: The Royal Wedding Pics You Never Saw

Kate Middleton (TopC) has her dress adjusted as she arrives with her father Michael at Westminster Abbey before her royal wedding to Britain's Prince William in central London on April

Queen Elizabeth II wearing Queen Mary's 'True Lover's Knot Brooch' Inherited in 1953, this is the largest bow brooch in her collection.

The Queen delivers her 1960 Christmas Broadcast from Buckingham Palace. The Christmas Broadcast dates back to when King George V spoke on the 'wireless' to the Empire from a small office at Sandringham. The time of the broadcast was chosen

Queen Elizabeth II.

Princess Elizabeth riding side-saddle in her uniform as colonel-in-chief of the Grenadier Guards - 1947

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/04/21/queen-elizabeth-ii-princess-photo_n_3127356.html?utm_hp_ref=queen-elizabeth-ii YES, I am rather fetching in this hat :)

PIC: Queen Elizabeth Like You've Never Seen Her Before

Princes William (Duke of Cambridge) and Harry of Wales

Prince Harry and Prince William sit together on the steps of Highgrove House wearing army uniforms on July 1986 in Tetbury, England.

Queen Victoria A strict mother, but as a grandmother, used to let her grandchildren play with the dispatch boxes and turn their pet crocodile loose in her rooms. :)

Queen Victoria A strict mother, but as a grandmother, used to let her grandchildren play with the dispatch boxes and turn their pet crocodile loose in her rooms.

Queen Elizabeth II on her Royal Tour of Australia. In her heyday she was as beautiful as a movie star

Queen Elizabeth II on her Royal Tour of Australia - Lord Mayor of Sydney Pat Hills lightly touched Queen Elizabeth on their way in to a ball, causing a press sensation due to the breach of etiquette. He said later on that he was concerned she might fall.

Queen Victoria, Prince Albert and their eight children Buckingham Palace garden. May 22, 1854.

longliveroyalty: “Queen Victoria, Prince Albert and their eight children Buckingham Palace garden.

Members of the British royal family at a presentation of 36 Netherlands-bred horses to Queen Wilhelmina of the Netherlands, at Buckingham Palace, London, 31st July 1946. From second left: Princess Margaret (1930 - 2002), Princess Elizabeth (later Queen Elizabeth II), King George VI (1895 - 1952) and Queen Mary (1867 - 1953).

July A Royal gathering. Princess Margaret, Princess Elizabeth, King George VI, and Queen Mary.

This new Royal portrait shows a tender mother-son moment between the Queen and Prince Char...

Royal portrait captures tender moment between Queen and Prince Charles

A newly released photograph by Fashion photographer Nick Knight of Britain's Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Charles, taken in the White Drawing Room at Windsor Castle, England in May prior to the final night of The Queen's Birthday Celebrations.

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Princess Elizabeth (Queen Elizabeth II), Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother, and Princess Margaret.

Queen Elizabeth looks at her wedding memories at a fashion exhibition in Buckingham Palace

The Queen views her wedding dress. Members of the public get the chance to tour Buckingham Palace while the Queen is away for the summer.

Princess Alice, Countess of Athlone with her 3 children:  Princess May, Prince Maurice, and Prince Rupert.  Sadly, little Maurice died a few months after this portrait was taken.

Princess Alexander of Teck (nee Princess Alice of Albany) with her three children: Princess May of Teck, Prince Maurice of Teck (who would sadly pass away later that year) and Prince Rupert of Teck.