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The Duke of York later to be King George VI

The Duke of York later to be King George VI

Periods and eras in English history - the later ones are also Scottish history, while the often-ignored Welsh were there most of the time (not necessarily by consent)

Periods and eras in English history - the later ones are also Scottish history, while the often-ignored Welsh were there most of the time (not necessarily by consent)

Princess Elizabeth and the Duchess of York

Princess Elizabeth and the Duchess of York

The Esoteric Redux: Albert and Elizabeth, Duke and Duchess of York, later King George VI and Queen Elizabeth (the Queen Mother)

The Esoteric Redux: Albert and Elizabeth, Duke and Duchess of York, later King George VI and Queen Elizabeth (the Queen Mother)

King George V with his granddaughters, Princess Elizabeth, now Queen Elizabeth II, and Princess Margaret.

King George V with his granddaughters, Princess Elizabeth, now Queen Elizabeth II, and Princess Margaret.

The Queen laughing as she walks past her husband, the Duke of Edinburgh, in his traditional uniform. Relationship Goals

The Queen laughing as she walks past her husband, the Duke of Edinburgh, in his traditional uniform. Relationship Goals

Four generations of Windsors (clockwise from top) HM The King (George VI); HM Queen Mary; HRH Prince Charles of Edinburgh; HRH The Princess Elizabeth, Duchess of Edinburgh

Four generations of Windsors (clockwise from top) HM The King (George VI); HM Queen Mary; HRH Prince Charles of Edinburgh; HRH The Princess Elizabeth, Duchess of Edinburgh

Elizabeth met Prince Albert, Duke of York, at a ball hosted by Lord and Lady Farquhar in Grosvenor Square on May 20. The Prince was reported to have said later that he'd fallen in love with her that very evening, though he didn't immediately realise it. "Bertie" was a shy young man with a stammer and a delicate constitution, said to have been caused by a brutal nurse who did not spare the rod when looking after him.

Elizabeth met Prince Albert, Duke of York, at a ball hosted by Lord and Lady Farquhar in Grosvenor Square on May 20. The Prince was reported to have said later that he'd fallen in love with her that very evening, though he didn't immediately realise it. "Bertie" was a shy young man with a stammer and a delicate constitution, said to have been caused by a brutal nurse who did not spare the rod when looking after him.

George VI at the microphone, May 12, 1937

George VI at the microphone, May 12, 1937

A little princess, Elizabeth II sits with her mother Queen Elizabeth.

Elizabeth II: Young queen who grew into a modern monarch

A little princess, Elizabeth II sits with her mother Queen Elizabeth.

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