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Arthur Edwards Royal photos The train now standing at St Paul's' Arthur explains: "I remember my frustration at being allocated a spot in the cathedral rather than outside Buckingham Palace for Charles and Diana's wedding in 1981. "I missed that famous kiss moment but The Sun's sub-editors saved me with this fantastic headline for my shot of the bride's enormous bridal train."
Here is Princess Diana at the Red Fort in Agra, India on February 11 1992. As Arthur explains: "All the other photographers went straight to the Taj Mahal thinking it would be the best shot of the day. "So I got to the Red Fort and it was practically just me and Diana. 'Where do you want me, Arthur?' she said."
Arthur Edwards Royal photos: The Queen has a giggle at the Derby. Arthur explains: "The Queen is often seen in formal poses so I love this shot, from 2002, which shows her throwing her head back laughing in an unguarded moment." Read more: www.thesun.co.uk/...
Looking sharp. Christmas Day, 2002
A mother tiger lost her cubs due to premature labour. Shortly after, she became depressed and her health declined. She was later diagnosed with depression. Since tigers are endangered, every effort was made to secure her health. Zoologists wrapped piglets up in tiger-print cloth, and presented them to the mother tiger. She now loves these piglets and treats them like her own. And needless to mention, her health is back on track. ♥ Yes, they ALL have feelings....just like we do. And yes, the...
She Never Flinches When a man fired six blank shots during the 1981 Trooping of Colour, the queen, who was at close range on horse back, kept control and barely flinched, winning her much praise. And in 1982, when an intruder entered her bedroom, she remained calm, having a conversation with the derranged man until the police arrived seven minutes later.
She Became Queen in Kenya On February 6 1952, then Princess Elizabeth was in Kenya on royal tour when her husband, Prince Philip, broke the news that her father had died. The 25-year-old princess was reportedly atop an African fig tree at the moment her father died, the moment she became queen. In this picture, she is seen arriving back in England to mourn her father and assume her duties.
She Married Her Cousin Princess Elizabeth fell in love with Prince Philip, her third cousin and a Greek prince. They shared the same great-great-grandparents, Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, who were first cousins themselves!
She Spoke to Her Mother Every Day After her father died in 1952, Queen Elizabeth's mother, known as the Queen Mother, lived a lively life as a widow for 50 years. Until her death at age 101, the charming Queen Mother shared her daughter's love of horse racing and offered her someone to confide in.
2004: A jolly Queen steps out in a slightly lower heel as she makes her way to church
Jeanne S has beautifully organized her craft room with IKEA shelving and Stamp-n-Storage cabinets that are designed just for the Kallax. You should see her papers, ink pads, punches and markers!
... Brick Monkey Opens Second Store in Downtown RWC