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Queen Elizabeth II and Katherine Middleton in a L.K. Bennett suit and James Lock hat. I have peplum envy!

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Queen Elizabeth II - I think there will always be something comforting about QEII. I'm not a monarchist, just an aussie girl. So maybe its because she has been there on the back of all our coins, maybe because her picture used to hang on the wall at school and at girl guides. She's always just been there... Weird, but true.

The Queen. I believe that this is the crown she wore in her portrait for the famous stamps that bear her image. Though I may be thinking of Hong Kong's stamps.

The Hats of Queen Elizabeth’s Monarchy: With her fox-fur headband, a tweed coat, and a softly lopped scarf held in place with a brooch, the Queen’s cushier, more pastel elder style is a sharp contrast to her primary-color turbans of the 1970s. Here, she clutches a yellow rose while celebrating Christmas at Sandringham, her other country estate, in 2010.

queen mum, I adore this woman....gloves or not ♥

QEII wearing a brooch once belonging to her mother the Queen Mum. Beautiful Palm Leaf.

Kate Middleton w/Queen Elizabeth Suit by L.K. Bennett; hat by James Lock

Kate Middleton: Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge on the balcony during during Trooping the Colour - Queen Elizabeth II's Birthday Parade, at The Royal Horseguards on June 14, 2014 in London, England.

Royal Albert Hall 1949. Princess Elizabeth and her mother HRH Queen Elizabeth. Photo courtesy of Sandra, the little girl in the photo. :) (See next pin for photo of Sandra holding HRH's bouquet ~ cute)

BURMESE RUBY TIARA. The Queen received the rubies from the people of Burma as a Coronation gift. She sent the rubies to Garrad’s to create a new tiara in 1973. She selected a design where the rubies were arranged in clusters like the ROSE OF ENGLAND surrounded by diamonds. The Queen wears the crown often with her many ruby necklaces and bracelets. Since the passing of the Queen Mother, she has worn the magnificent ruby necklace, The State Rubies, left to the Crown by Queen Victoria.