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December 17, 2013

Unseen Royal Family Pictures Discovered in Photographer's Attic

Intimate pictures of the royal family discovered in photographer’s attic. The images were only discovered in an attic in 2011 following the death of mysterious photographer W. Jones. His family contacted royal photographer Ian Pelham-Turner, who has included W.Jones pictures in an exhibition of his own images of the royal family.

The Queen joins her father King George VI on a tour of HMS Vanguard South Africa in 1947.

The Queen after announcing her engagement to Prince Philip in 1947.

The Queen in South Africa in 1947.

The Queen in her coronation gown that was designed by Sir Norman Hartnell.

The Queen and Prince Philip on the first opening of parliament in November 1952.

The Queen beams in the centre of this royal family portrait taken on the day of her coronation.

Prince Charles and his father share a joke as they arrive at a service to mark the Queen's silver jubilee in 1977.

Here the Queen takes part in another silver jubilee earlier in her life, that of her grandfather King George V in 1935. She travels in a carriage with her parents and sister.

King George VI and the Queen Mother with the then Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain and his wife in 1938.

The Queen's uncle, Edward VIII prepares to make his abdication speech in 1936.

(via Mail Online)


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