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Queen Elizabeth II And Princess Diana Inadvertently Wear Matching Colors At The Canadian War Memorial, Green Park, London. 1995.

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Princess Diana unseen pictures of her dancing with Tom Selleck and Clint Eastwood

Diana wears an eye-catching suit with Princes Charles and Prince Edward and the Queen Mother in January 1993

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The Queen of Fashion! See 'Style Icon' Queen Elizabeth's Best Looks

The Queen's official Diamond Jubilee portrait recalls her wedding portrait with Prince Philip from 65 years ago. Wearing a white silk and silver sequin dress by Angela Kelly and the State Diadem crown – as well as Queen Victoria's Collet Necklace – she looks elegant, regal and ready to celebrate her major milestone.

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Hats off to her! Beaming Queen delighted as she gets her first winner of the week at Royal Ascot (and the Duke of Edinburgh presents the prize)

The Queen

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Princess Diana, 1994

Princess Diana looking so pretty in lavender. 1994

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Let's get the party started: 20 million Brits to join in long weekend of Jubilee partying

Diana & The Queen

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BECOMING QUEEN

Prince Philip and Queen Elizabeth II - the queen's official coronation ceremony took place at London Westminster Abbey on 2 June 1953

Queen Elizabeth II, wearing the English crown during her coronation in 1953. (it's good to be queen!!!)

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Queen Elizabeth II Photos Photos: The Royals at Christmas

Queen Elizabeth II and Princess Beatrice

NEW OFFICIAL PORTRAIT OF THE QUEEN Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom (born 1926) wears the Vladimir Tiara with the Cambridge emerald drops. The portrait, which is featured in a new edition of Keepers of the Kingdom, depicts the monarch wearing the robes of the Most Ancient and Most Noble Order of the Thistle, the most senior order of Scottish chivalry.

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Sensational collection of Christmas cards sent by Royal family reveal poignant moments throughout life at Buckingham Palace

1985 Princess Diana, Prince William, Prince Harry and Prince Charles