Three queens in mourning - Ron Case, 1952. For a short time there were three Queens in Great Britain: Queen Mary, Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother and Queen Elizabeth II. t at the funeral of King George VI, on the 16 February 1952.

Three queens in mourning - Ron Case, 1952. For a short time there were three Queens in Great Britain: Queen Mary, Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother and Queen Elizabeth II. t at the funeral of King George VI, on the 16 February 1952.

Wall in Belfast cemetery,  separating Protestant from Catholic! One mixed marriage couples solution. Religion really does poison everything!

Wall in Belfast cemetery, separating Protestant from Catholic! One mixed marriage couples solution. Religion really does poison everything!

1946: The infamous coat removal that cued the media that Elizabeth II & Philip were secretly dating. At their cousin Patricia Mountbatten's wedding, Prince Philip helps Princess Elizabeth with her coat as her sister Princess Margaret watches. Both princesses were bridesmaids at the wedding.

1946: The infamous coat removal that cued the media that Elizabeth II & Philip were secretly dating. At their cousin Patricia Mountbatten's wedding, Prince Philip helps Princess Elizabeth with her coat as her sister Princess Margaret watches. Both princesses were bridesmaids at the wedding.

The Queen Mother, Queen Elizabeth II and Princess Margaret en route to the funeral of King George VI, February 1952.

The Queen Mother, Queen Elizabeth II and Princess Margaret en route to the funeral of King George VI, February 1952.

Mary, Queen of Scots' death mask. Although most death masks - taken soon after the person was executed - are white, this one has been hand-painted.

Mary, Queen of Scots' death mask. Although most death masks - taken soon after the person was executed - are white, this one has been hand-painted.

Mary Mallon (aka Typhoid Mary) was the most infamous patient at North Brother Island where she spent nearly three decades of her life.    Despite being healthy, she was a carrier of the typhoid virus  – and is believed to have been responsible for 43 infections and three deaths.

Inside the lost island of New York: Eerie pictures of the abandoned leper colony just 350 yards from the Bronx

Mary Mallon (aka Typhoid Mary) was the most infamous patient at North Brother Island where she spent nearly three decades of her life. Despite being healthy, she was a carrier of the typhoid virus – and is believed to have been responsible for 43 infections and three deaths.

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