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Featured Royal Weddings Print

Wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer

Wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mar

07, 1981, 21, 29th, 60000, Bride, Ceremony, Charles, Crowds, Dec, Diana, Historical, History, Iln, Import, July, Lady, Lined, People, Prince, Princess, Rwxcd, Spencer, Streets, Wales, Watch, Wedding

Featured Royal Weddings Print

Royal Wedding 1986 - the royal family

The Royal family, seated in the Sacrarium, near the altar in Westminster Abbey wait for the arrival of the bride, Lady Sarah Ferguson, who married Prince Andrew, Duke of York on 23 July 1986. From right, Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, the Queen Mother, Prince Charles, Prince of Wales, Diana, Princess of Wales, Princess Anne, Captain Mark Phillips, Princess Margaret, Viscount Linley and Lady Sarah Chatto. Date: 1986

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Featured Royal Weddings Print

Royal Wedding 1947

A page from The Tatler entitled, 'Happiness was the Keynote' with two photographs of the wedding day of Princess Elizabeth (Queen Elizabeth II) and Lieutenant Philip Mountbatten (Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh) on 20 November 1947. The top picture shows the royal family on the balcony with the newlywed couple waving to crowds. The bottom picture shows the bridegroom's mother, Princess Andrew of Greece (holding handbag) and five of the bridesmaids, Lady Elizabeth Lambart, Lady Caroline Montagu-Douglas-Scott, Miss Diana Bowes-Lyon, the Hon. Margaret Elphinstone and Lady Pamela Mountbatten waiting to wave farewell to the Princess and the Duke as they left for Waterloo on their way to Romsey where they would spend the first part of their honeymoon at Broadlands, the country seat of Earl Mountbatten. Date: 1947

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