Queen Elizabeth and a very handsome Prince Philip

Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip

Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh smile as they welcome the President of Singapore Tony Tan Keng Yam (not seen) at Horseguards on October 21, 2014

Lovely casual photo of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Phillip.

2007: Wedding Anniversary. Queen Elizabeth II (Elizabeth Alexandra Mary) (1926-living2013) UK & Prince Phillip Duke of Edinburgh (Philip Mountbatten, born Prince Philip of Greece) (1921-living2013) Greece, Photo: Lord Snowdon. Philip, a Naval officer in 1947, was stationed in Malta after they married & they will return there for an anniversary visit.

Prince Philip & Queen Elizabeth II

Queen Elizabeth II & The Queen Mother

The Queen & Prince Philip

Queen Elizabeth (Princess Elizabeth) at her wedding. A different angle from what I have seen before.

“A smile for my darling”: Queen Elizabeth II (Elizabeth Alexandra Mary) (1926-living2013) UK & husband Prince Phillip Duke of Edinburgh (Philip Mountbatten-born Prince Philip) (1921-living2013) Greece, by unknown artist.

Princess Elizabeth teenager | Queen Elizabeth II through time | The Australian

Prince Philip in 1947 when he was Lieutenant Philip Mountbatten.

Having a laugh: Prince Philip would do his best to make The Queen feel comfortable during her Christmas Day messages

Queen Elizabeth's Diamond Jubilee Portrait: Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip

Loving scene: The Queen in bed after the birth of Prince Edward in 1964 surrounded by her other children, Prince Charles of Wales, 15, Prince Andrew, 4, and Princess Anne, Princess Royal, 13.

Queen Elizabeth and Prince Phillip, Diamond Jubilee Celebrations

Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip

The Queen and Prince Philip - she looks at him with such love..

The Queen and Prince Philip after the service for Margaret Thatcher

Queen Elizabeth and Prince Phillip at their wedding.

Lovely and natural. It is a nice photo of Her Majesty. It's funny how we want the Royal family to be special and up on a pedestal, and yet at the same time, no different than ourselves.