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    Princess Anne's granddaughter Isla Philips wore a pretty equestrian crop and stirrup brooch to the Queen's funeral - in a subtle tribute to Her Majesty's love of riding. The daughter of Peter Philips, 10, joined the royal family including her auntie Zara Tindall and her sister Savannah, 11, at Windsor to say goodbye to the Queen on Monday. Princess Anne's grandchild donned a respectful black dress which she completed with a beautiful gold brooch which was pinned to her ensemble, and was a fitting nod to Her Majesty's love of horse riding.  The brooch appeared to show a riding crop through a stirrup, with royal fans speculating it could have been a gift from the Queen to her young great-granddaughter. Isla's aunt Zara and grandmother Princess Anne have both often worn similar golden brooches to pin their cravate in place while riding in competitions. It comes after fans spotted Princess Charlotte's horse shoe brooch was near identical to one owned by the Queen Mother, Queen Elizabeth, in the 1920s. It is thought she herself had received it as a gift from her...
    The brooch Princess Charlotte wore to the Queen's funeral was inherited from her great-great grandmother the Queen Mother, royal fans have claimed.  Charlotte, seven, arrived at Westminster Abbey with a delicate silver horseshoe pinned to the lapel of her black coat.  It was reported yesterday that the brooch had been a gift from her 'Gan-Gan' the Queen, and was a fitting nod to Her Majesty's love of horses.  Now royal fans have noted it looks identical to one owned by the Queen Mother, Queen Elizabeth, in the 1920s. It is thought she herself had received it as a gift from her mother-in-law, Queen Mary.  Family heirloom? Princess Charlotte, seven, arrived at Westminster Abbey with a delicate silver horseshoe pinned to the lapel of her black coat, pictured  Now royal fans have noted it looks identical to one owned by the Queen Mother, Queen Elizabeth, in the 1920s (as seen above in 1929). It is thought she herself had received it as a gift from her mother-in-law, Queen Mary  Writing on Instagram, the user by the name of historyfamousjewels, wrote: 'At the...
    PRINCESS Charlotte paid a touching tribute to the Queen for her funeral today, wearing a horseshoe brooch. The young princess, seven, wore the brooch with a simple black dress and matching hat. 4Princess Charlotte wore a sweet and subtle tribute to her 'Gan Gan'Credit: Getty - Pool 4It is thought to be the first time Princess Charlotte has worn jewelleryCredit: Getty 4Catherine and her children arriving at Westminster Abbey ahead of the funeralCredit: Getty Images - Getty It is believed to be the first time Princess Charlotte has worn jewellery. The brooch is undoubtedly a nod to her great-grandmother's love for horses, who she and her siblings lovingly called 'Gan Gan'. Princess Charlotte arrived at the ceremony with her mum, Princess Kate, and her older brother, Prince George before joining Prince William. She wore the diamond brooch pinned to the left side of her black coat dress. READ MORE ON THE FUNERALGOODBYE MA'AM Tearful King Charles leads Queen Elizabeth II's coffin as it heads to WindsorSweet and solemn Royal fans cry over ‘brave’ Prince George & Princess Charlotte at funeral...
    The Princess of Wales has revealed how her sons are coping with the death of their great-grandmother the Queen.  Speaking to Australia's Governor-General at a reception held for Commonwealth dignitaries ahead of the Queen's funeral today, Kate explained four-year-old Louis is asking many questions.  Kate spoke to David Hurley at Buckingham Palace on Saturday about how her three children Prince George, nine, Princess Charlotte, seven, and Prince Louis, four, were handling the sudden loss of their great-grandmother. Mr Hurley recalled his conversation with Kate and how her eldest son Prince George was 'sort of now realising how important his great-grandmother was and what is going on'. But four-year-old Louis has been asking whether the family's summertime visit to Balmoral Castle will still be as he remembers them. 'The younger one is now asking questions like, "do you think we can still play these games when we go to Balmoral" and things like that, because she's not going to be there?"' Mr Hurley said.  Scroll down for video  Kate spoke to David Hurley at Buckingham Palace on Saturday about how her three children Prince...
    The Queen 'knew she wasn't going to come back and wanted to pass at Balmoral because she could actually leave her crown at the gates and be a different role', a royal expert has claimed. Vanity Fair's royal correspondent Katie Nicholl appeared on the BBC today ahead of the service of thanksgiving at St Giles' Cathedral, where the Queen's coffin will remain until Tuesday, when it will be flown to London ahead of the state funeral, after travelling from the Palace of Holyroodhouse. Her Majesty died aged 96 on Thursday at Balmoral, having spent much of the summer at her beloved Scottish residence - despite dealing with 'mobility issues'. Speaking to presenter Huw Edwards, Katie claimed the Queen 'knew she wasn't going to come back [to Windsor Castle or Buckingham Palace], I think she wanted to be in Balmoral and she wanted to pass there.' She added that the Queen could be just a 'mother, grandmother and great-grandmother there' and 'leave her crown at the gates'. Scroll down for video  The Queen (pictured on September 6, 2022) 'knew she wasn't going to come back and...
    The Queen was a beloved mother, grandmother and great-grandmother, and the monarch's family showed just how much they treasured her by naming their children after her. The Queen - Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Mountbatten-Windsor - herself was named after her mother - Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon, who was Duchess of York when she gave birth to her in 1926. Her first middle name Alexandra came from her great-grandmother and wife of King Edward VII, while her second middle name Mary came from her grandmother and wife of King George V. But just as her name was inspired by those who came before her, so her name Elizabeth has been used by younger generations of her own family.  From her daughter Anne to three of her four granddaughters, and her great-grandchild Lilibet, Femail brings you the all the royals whose names have been inspired by the Queen.  The Queen, pictured here during an audience at Windsor Castle in February 2022, was named after her mother, Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next High society mourns the death of the...
    THE resemblance between the Queen and her great-granddaughter Princess Charlotte is uncanny. As Royal enthusiasts can't help but notice the striking similarities between the pair as they compare pictures of them at the same ages. 18Both babies were completely adorableCredit: Getty 18The Queen at just eight months old in 1927Credit: Getty 18Princess Charlotte of Cambridge aged 1 in 2016Credit: PA Both royal ladies have the same facial features from nose, eyes, mouth to a similar dark hair colour. As they turned 2 in 1928 and 2017, they both had slightly longer hair and were discovering the world around them. 18By two a lot already rested on the babies shouldersCredit: Getty 18The Queen when she was 2 years old in 1928Credit: Getty - Contributor 18Princess Charlotte at the age of 2 in 2016Credit: Reuters When they turned 3 life began to change for the royal tots. For Princess Charlotte of Cambridge, her baby brother Louie was born in the same Lindo Wing of St Mary's hospital that she was born in. For three-year-old Elizabeth, her grandfather, George V,...
    Royal fans have gone wild over how much Princess Charlotte looks like her great-grandmother the Queen in a new photograph.  The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, both 39, delighted fans yesterday by sharing a  family portrait taken on a secret trip to Jordan earlier this year.  Royal fans rushed to point out the family resemblances, noting how similar Princess Charlotte often looks to her great-grandmother, the Queen. One commented: 'Charlotte looks exactly like the Queen! So pretty and poised.' Royal fans have gone wild over how much Princess Charlotte, six, looks like her great-grandmother the Queen in a new photograph (left, the Queen aged five in 1931, and right Princess Charlotte)  Meanwhile another wrote: 'Charlotte is the double of the Queen. Beautiful children.' The Cambridges appear with their three children in the family snap. Kate looks glowing in a khaki dress, while Princess Charlotte looks all grown up as she perches on a stool in a gingham dress from Mango. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Size 20 woman, 26, sheds an incredible 5st in less...
    Royal enthusiasts have gone wild over Princess Charlotte's striking resemblance to her great-grandmother, the Queen. A photograph of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's daughter, who turns six today, was released by Kensington Palace to mark the occasion. Princess Charlotte appears happy and relaxed in a floral summer dress, with her long hair loose and tousled in the picture, taken this weekend in Norfolk, by her mother Kate. Delighted royal fans rushed to point out the family resemblances, noting how similar Princess Charlotte often looks to her great-grandmother, the Queen.  Royal enthusiasts have gone wild over Princess Charlotte's (pictured left, aged six) striking resemblance to her great-grandmother, the Queen (pictured right, aged six) Pick a floral Rachel Riley dress like Princess Charlotte £59 Rachel Riley floral button front dress Buy here... Buy now Its a very Happy Birthday to Princess Charlotte, who turns 6 today! As tradition goes, were treated to a new official image from the Duke and Duchess of...
    Royals fans have gone wild over Princess Charlotte's striking resemblance to her great-grandmother, the Queen. Kensington Palace Instagram account has officially shared the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's Christmas 2020 card, which features their three children Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis sitting on haystacks in front of firewood. But royal fans couldn't help but notice the uncanny resemblance between Princess Charlotte, five, and the monarch, 94.  'Charlotte looks just like the queen,' noted one, while a second agreed: 'Little Princess Charlotte looks just like Her Majesty.' Kensington Palace Instagram has shared the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's Christmas 2020 card, where all the family are wearing cosy winter clothes with the oldest child Prince George, seven, sitting next to his father, Prince William Pick a cosy Ralph Lauren knit like Princess Charlotte Ralph Lauren intarsia wool-blend sweater Get a closer look... Buy now Last years Cambridge Christmas card was a little more summery. This year, however, theyve opted for a...
    Royal fans have been sent into a frenzy after spotting an uncanny resemblance between Lady Louise Windsor and her great great grandmother Queen Mary. The side-by-side snapshots were posted to Instagram by a royal enthusiast who spotted the similarities between the 17-year-old daughter of Prince Edward and Sophie Wessex, and the former monarch.  And the post was quickly inundated with comments noting the similarities between the two royal ladies.  Royal fans have been sent into a frenzy after spotting the uncanny resemblance between Lady Louise Windsor  (left) and her great great grandmother Queen Mary (right) And the post was quickly inundated with comments noting the similarities between the two royal ladies One wrote: 'I can see the resemblance. Louise looks like a royal from another century.' Another commented: 'She does look like Queen Mary. Unbelievable.' RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Couple fed up with spending £2,000 a month on London rent... 'I'm living when I shouldn't be': BBC podcast presenter... Share this article Share Others added that the...
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