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  • Mola Mazo

    The Queen: Art And Image - Queen Elizabeth II by Dorothy Wilding (Hand-coloured by Beatrice Johnson), 1952. Copyright: William Hustler and Georgina Hustler/ National Portrait Gallery, London from

  • amyfallon

    Was gutted to miss the Diamond Jubilee events in London. Love the royal family.

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Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee (posters and cards!)

We're talking all things Jubilee at the office today. Namely, how hot Queen Elizabeth II looks in this vintage photo.

At her mother's 80th birthday celebration in London, Elizabeth shined in a subtle way – wearing a pale violet gown with hints of shimmering sequin beading along the cuffs and collar, plus her favorite silver shoes and handbag.