Wills, Kate and George
"He's got her looks, thankfully."
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She’s so dedicated and really determined to finish everything she’s started. She’ll want to hand over knowing she’s done everything she possibly could to help and that she’s got no regrets and no unfinished business; that she’s done everything she can for the country and that she’s not let anyone down – she minds an awful lot about that. The Duke of Cambridge about his grandmother, The Queen.
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Grandfather Prince Charles, the Duchess of Cornwall and Prince Harry will also be attending the service, which Prince William and Kate wanted to keep “small” and “intimate”.
Joining the Royals will be the Duchess’s parents Michael and Carole Middleton, who will arrive with Kate’s siblings James and Pippa Middleton.
Along with close family, Prince George’s seven godparents will attend the ceremony, which will be conducted by the Archbishop of Canterbury, with their spouses.
This includes William’s cousin Zara Phillips, family friend William van Cutsem and the Cambridge’s private secretary Jamie Lowther-Pinkerton.
Oliver Baker, Emilia Jardine-Paterson, Hugh Grosvenor and Julia Samuel will also attend as George’s godparents.
Prince Harry, Pippa and James Middleton will not be joined by their partners at the service.
There will be in total 22 guests at this afternoon’s christening and it is believed William and Kate wanted to keep the service a “small intimate affair” with immediate family and godparents attending.
After the ceremony, guests will attend a private tea at Clarence House, held by Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall.
They will served slices of George’s christening cake, which is a tier taken from Prince William and Kate’s wedding cake.
via RoyalCentralUK
photo: Michael Middleton
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On the day of Prince George’s christening next week, The Queen is to host an investiture in the morning. Looks like business as usual! MartinRoyalUK
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Day 22: Post a picture of your favorite monarch
Queen Elizabeth II (1952-present)
Vivat Regina Elizabetha!
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imallovertheplace:

I cant.
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Royal Ascot 2013 Day One

Her Majesty: One has been photobombed by one’s granddaughter
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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are expected to be given a charming country house by the Queen on her Sandringham estate in Norfolk. Royal Photographer (@royalphotos)
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historyofthemonarchy:

A visibly moved Queen Elizabeth II at the annual Field of Remembrance service at Westminster Abbey - 2002
This is the first time Her Majesty had taken the role after her mother, The Queen Mother, had passed away.
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