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Queen Elizabeth II on 4 April being greeted by Sir Winston Churchill. The evening of the photo the Queen had broken convention out of respect for her first minister & had entered 10 Downing Street, a place where royalty is not really supposed to go.

The Queen and Winston Churchill 24 Nov 1954. Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill beams down upon Princess Anne, her hands demurely folded in a velvet muff, as she waited with her mother, Queen Elizabeth II, and brother, Prince Charles, at Waterloo Station, London, to welcome home the Queen Mother from the tour of the United States and Canada.

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FILE - In this Nov. 24, 1954 file photo, Elizabeth II of England and Prime Minister, Sir Winston Churchill, wait at Waterloo station for the Queen mother on ...

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British statesman and prime minister Sir Winston Churchill (left) and King George VI on the balcony of Buckingham Palace, London, on VE Day.

The Duchess of Alba's royal family tree can be traced back to King James II and Arabella Churchill - the daughter of Sir Winston Churchill, who was also an ancestor of the British Prime Minister.

Britain's Prime Minister Winston Churchill, center, joins the royal family, from left, Princess Elizabeth, Queen Elizabeth, King George VI, and Princess Margaret, on the balcony of Buckingham Palace, London, England, on VE-Day on May 8, 1945. (AP Photo)

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"King George VI, Queen Elizabeth and Prime Minister Winston Churchill"

British Prime Minister Winston Churchill and the British royal family waving from the balcony of Buckingham Palace during V-E Day celebrations in London. (Credit: Reg Speller/Getty Images)

The British Royal family and Prime Minister Winston Churchill responding to the cheering crowds on the surrender of Germany, Buckingham Palace balcony, London, England, United Kingdom, May 8, 1945. (United Kingdom National Archives)