What are the Royals getting up to?

Showing their silly side, the royals held half bear masks up to their face for a funny snap which featured on the front of the auction catalogue

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This young Lady is beaming these days too, she seems to be gaining more confidence as the days roll by.

Lady Louise      Lady LouiseThe teenager appeared in smiled to the crowds spirits while riding in the carriage in Windsor today       

The teenager appeared in smiled to the crowds spirits while riding in the carriage in Windsor today

Lady Louise Windsor, 17, shows off her carriage driving skills at the Royal Windsor Horse Show | Daily Mail Online

 

Those photos look like they're from another century LOL.

They have to 'dress' the part RnR

Here she is with her mum.

Her mother Sophie, the Countess of Wessex, who is married to the Queen's youngest son, the Earl of Wessex, also joined in the event, and was pictured in a navy ensemble       

Her mother Sophie, the Countess of Wessex, who is married to the Queen's youngest son, the Earl of Wessex, also joined in the event, and was pictured in a navy ensemble I think her grandfather passed on his interest to her and his riding coaches.

 

 

Queen arrives on the set of Coronation Street on a visit to Media City UK in Manchester | Daily Mail Online

 

The Queen was surrounded by excited cast members and members of the production team during her visit today

The Queen, 95, visited the set of Coronation Street at Media City UK, in Manchester this morning  Monarch looked resplendent in a blue coat and matching hat as she arrived for the solo engagement today She met with cast members in the Rovers Return and heard from the crew about filming during the pandemic

By STEPHANIE LINNING FOR MAILONLINE

PUBLISHED: 19:51 AEST, 8 July 2021 | UPDATED: 23:42 AEST, 8 July 2021

 

The Queen looked radiant as she met the cast of Coronation Street on a visit to the set of the ITV soap today            

The Queen looked radiant as she met the cast of Coronation Street on a visit to the set of the ITV soap today

 

Princess Anne stepped looked elegant in a red floral coat dress as she attended Ladies Day at Newmarket racecourse today Princess Anne stepped looked elegant in a red floral coat dress as she attended Ladies Day at Newmarket racecourse today

The 70-year-old donned a pair of orange tinted sunglasses, wearing her hair in a typical polished fashion, and was seen smiling and laughing as she enjoyed the racing event

Quite a nice outfit but it is spoilt by the stockings they should be navy!

021 Bea's blooming! Pregnant Princess Beatrice dresses her bump in a £340 Self Portrait frock as she joins husband Edo and aunt Sophie Wessex at Wimbledon in first official outing since announcing she's expecting Pregnant Princess Beatrice dresses her baby bump in a £340 Self Portrait dress at

Pregnant Princess Beatrice (pictured, left, right and top inset) could be seen lovingly cradling her baby bump as she and husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi arrived at the Wimbledon Tennis Championships in London today. The mother-to-be, 32, who is expecting her first child with Italian property developer Edoardo, looked radiant in a £340 black and white polka dot dress by Self Portrait that skimmed over her blossoming bump on what marked her first official pregnancy engagement. Beatrice, who wore her auburn locks down, accessorised with a basket bag and could be seen putting safety first by donning a red patterned face mask in adherence to government guidelines in a bid to prevent the spread of Covid-19. Meanwhile, Princess Beatrice's aunt Sophie, 56, who joined the couple in their row, wore her blonde hair down, and opted for a polka dot patterned chiffon dress, completing her outfit with some dark shades and dainty pair of silver earrings and matching necklace (pictured, bottom inset)

I hope they collect their rubbish after them and take it away!

A royal treat! Buckingham Palace garden prepares to open to the public for picnics and self-guided tours for first time Buckingham Palace garden prepares to open to the public for self-guided tours for first

The garden will open for the first time on Friday and the demand for tickets has been so high that additional places have been made available on dates throughout July until September. Members of the public, who must pre-book, will be able to picnic (left and bottom right) on the sweeping lawns and can pre-arrange to join guided tours around the south west of the garden - including the Rose Garden, summer house and wildflower meadow. The public area of the garden encompasses the 156-metre Herbaceous Border (top right), the Horse Chestnut Avenue, plane trees planted by and named after Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, and views of the island and its beehives across the 3.5-acre lake. On Thursday, people were welcomed into the gorgeous grounds for a photo-call preview head of the garden officially becoming available to the public on Friday.

Hope Lillibet is not charging people to eat on her lawn, after all, it's their money that's keeping her in clover!

But Lillibet's grandfather put up the real estate of the family to do that many years ago, I guess Lillibete could take that back and retire.

Today marks Zara Tindall's return to eventing after the 40-year-old mother-of-three gave birth to her son Lucas on March 21st. The royal is competing in the dressage category with her horse Class Affair at Barbury Castle International Horse Trials       

Today marks Zara Tindall's return to eventing after the 40-year-old mother-of-three gave birth to her son Lucas on March 21st. The royal is competing in the dressage category with her horse Class Affair at Barbury Castle International Horse Trials 

 

Zara Tindall returns to eventing at The Barbury Castle International Horse Trials | Daily Mail Online

Good to see the Royals out and about.

Here was a handsome prince that HM loved apparently.  Princess Alexandra's father she had has two brothers too but non were as handsome.  Duke of Kent and Prince Michael of Kent.

Was the death of the Queen's favourite uncle in a 1942 plane crash covered up by the Palace because he'd smuggled his lover aboard? Prince George, Duke of Kent, was one of 15 accounted for - so who was the '16th' passenger, asks CHRISTOPHER WILSON Was the death of Queen's favourite uncle in 1942 plane crash covered up by the Palace?

In 1942 the Queen's favourite uncle was killed when his RAF flying boat crashed into a Scottish mountainside with its 2,400 gallons of fuel erupting in a horrifying fireball. The death of the Prince became the highest-profile fatality of the Second World War - no royal prince had given his life in defence of his country for 500 years. But after three years of conflict, the Royal Family joined with tens of thousands of families in mourning the loss of a loved one - bringing rulers and ruled that much closer. On the evening of the tragedy, the King's punctilious private secretary, Sir Alan 'Tommy' Lascelles, noted the loss of the Duke of Kent in his diary, adding, "There were 16 people in the aeroplane." Yet only 15 have been officially accounted for - the Duke plus 13 RAF dead, and the one survivor, rear-gunner Flight Sergeant Andy Jack. Who was the 16th? Royal party pictured: Princess Elizabeth, (1) Queen Elizabeth, (2), Prince Edward of Kent, (3), King George VI, (4), Queen Mary, (5), George, Duke of Kent, (6), Princess Alexandra of Kent, (7), Prince Michael of Kent, (8), Marina, Duchess of Kent (9). Pictured right: George with his wife Marina

 

Quite a mystery it seems.

 

 

Going back a bit in time!

The Late Duke of Windsor [Prince David] with his younger brother Prince Albert.

Later to become  Kings in their own right. 

Prince David Duke of Windsor was shorter compared to his brothers.

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With their grandfather King Edward VII and sister Princes Mary later named the Princess Royal See the source image 

All the children of King George and Queen Mary together.

David, Albert, Henry, George, John and Mary.

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photos of Prince Philip and Prince Henry  [Harry]

 

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One of the last photos of Prince Philip with Prince Harry.

 

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Hands full!

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Another royal final! The Queen is elegant in a lime green ensemble as she sidesteps Wembley and Wimbledon to attend the Royal Windsor CupHer Majesty looked resplendent today as she stepped out in Windsor, BerkshireMonarch opted for a green ensemble paired with a peal necklace and earrings Visited the Guards Polo Club for the final match of leading UK polo tournament

By MONICA GREEP FOR MAILONLINE

PUBLISHED: 02:19 AEST, 12 July 2021 | UPDATED: 04:13 AEST, 12 July 2021

 

    

 

The Queen looked resplendent today as she attended a polo match in Windsor.

The monarch, 95, donned a lime green coat and matching hat as she watched the Royal Windsor Cup Final at the Guards Polo Club.  

She teamed the look with her favourite pearl necklace and floral diamond encrusted brooch and appeared in good spirits as she stepped out alone to attend the event.   

The monarch beamed as she attended the Royal Windsor Cup Final in Berkshire today  

The monarch beamed as she attended the Royal Windsor Cup Final in Berkshire today 

The Queen looked resplendent today as she stepped out to attend the Royal Windsor Cup Final  

The Queen looked resplendent today as she stepped out to attend the Royal Windsor Cup Final

Her Majesty opted for a green ensemble paired with a pearl necklace and earrings as she visited the Guards Polo Club in Berkshire  

Her Majesty opted for a green ensemble paired with a pearl necklace and earrings as she visited the Guards Polo Club in Berkshire

She teamed the look with a floral green hat and floral diamond encrusted brooch and appeared in good spirits as she stepped out alone to attend the event  

She teamed the look with a floral green hat and floral diamond encrusted brooch and appeared in good spirits as she stepped out alone to attend the event 

It has been a busy day of royal sporting engagements, with the Duchess of Cambridge attending Wimbledon with her father Michael Middleton earlier today. 

The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall attend an event by wildlife conservation charity | Daily Mail Online 
Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall and Prince Charles, Prince of Wales hold face masks as they host a reception for the Elephant Family Animal Ball at Clarence House on June 13, 2019 in London. An image from this event featured in today's auction leaflet       

Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall and Prince Charles, Prince of Wales hold face masks as they host a reception for the Elephant Family Animal Ball at Clarence House on June 13, 2019 in London. An image from this event featured in today's auction leaflet

Camilla, who vowed following her brother's tragic death to help the charity he was so passionate about in any way she could, said: 'In 2002, my beloved brother, Mark, helped create the charity Elephant Family, to protect Asia's magnificent wildlife.

'Over the past few weeks, Londoners have had the rare opportunity to see some of that wildlife - albeit in static form! - on the Mall, in Green Park, in St James's Park and in Berkeley Square. 

'These magnificent, life-sized elephants have roamed - with a little help - from the Nilgiri Hills of Southern India, to the Cotswolds, to the heart of the city to raise awareness of the vital importance of healthy coexistence between humans and animals.

'They are a timely reminder to us all to live well with Nature, wherever we may be.' 

Great exhibition ...

Herds of 100 life-sized elephant sculptures are popping up around London for a good cause.

They’re designed to share an important message, encouraging us to live peacefully alongside animals on a planet that’s continuously losing space.

Hi RnR  thank you for your input, your little sentence certainly had my brain stumped!   But I sat there and worked on it and got through it, a little sentence which would have taken me seconds to read took 19 minutes I was stumped on 'animals' of all things!  LOL

But it was a good exercise.   Two weeks ago the word 'email' was a stumbling block!  LOL it is amazing how the train can re adjust.   Please keep these little sentences coming they make me work~

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