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The TV adventurer claimed that the Queen keeps her band of labradors hidden out of public eye at Sandringham, in Norfolk, but has up to 20 of them and even made special adaptations to a fleet of Land Rovers to accommodate them. Pictured, the Queen with two labradors on leads returning from a holiday at Balmoral Castle

Corgis? No, the Queen has a secret passion for Labradors

Television adventurer Ben Fogle claims the Queen has a 'private' lifelong love of labradors in his new book. He writes that the Queen keeps her group of them hidden from public view in Sandringham.

The Coronation Ring That Didn’t Fit - Rundell, Bridge & Rundell, the goldsmiths who made this ring of sapphire, rubies, and gold, screwed up royally in 1838. -   Apparently, the jewelers misunderstood the wording of the rubric given to them for the coronation and made this ring for Queen Victoria’s little finger, not the ring finger

The Astounding British Royal Family Crown Jewels

Try not to drool over the royal family’s most valuable jewels. These are not usually seen in public.

Part of the Library’s site in Boston Spa was once the Royal Ordnance Factory Thorp Arch in World War II. - This photo shows a Royal Visit from HM King George VI and HM Queen Elizabeth in 1941. - Courtesy of the @I_W_M,

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Queen Elizabeth II's Relationship to Queen Victoria

How Queen Elizabeth II Is Related to Queen Victoria

Discover how British Queens Elizabeth and Victoria are related by tracing their family trees to connect these long-reigning UK monarchs.

Queen Mary’s Diamond Bandeau Tiara (formerly her Filigree Tiara) that was worn by the Duchess of Sussex née Meghan Markle on her wedding day.

Looking Back at Meghan Markle's Stunning Wedding Tiara

Queen Elizabeth opened the vault for Harry's bride.

Royal family group photograph at Coburg following the wedding of Princess Victoria Melita of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, and Grand Duke Ernest of Hesse, April 1894

RCIN 2105962 - Royal family group photograph at Coburg following the wedding of Princess Victoria Melita of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, and Grand Duke Ernest of Hesse, April 1894

The Burmese Ruby tiara features multiple Tudor rose designs and totals 96 rubies. The Burmese people believe that rubies help protect the wearer from the 96 diseases that can afflict the human body. -  Photo by John Shelley -   Collection/Avalon/Getty Images

The Astounding British Royal Family Crown Jewels

Try not to drool over the royal family’s most valuable jewels. These are not usually seen in public.

Anne Boleyn Clock, reputed to have been given by King Henry VIII to Anne Boleyn on the morning of their marriage in 1532, Royal Collection Trust/© Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II 2017

Anne Boleyn

Anne Boleyn Clock, reputed to have been given by King Henry VIII to Anne Boleyn on the morning of their marriage in 1532, Royal Collection Trust/© Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II 2017

Simon van de Passe  (c. 1595-1647) England. - Elizabeth I engraved medallion portrait in an ornate gold glazed mount with integral loop for suspension. c.1616 - 8.46 x 6.16 cm (whole object, oval) - RCIN 443072

Simon van de Passe (c. 1595-1647) - England. Elizabeth I engraved medallic portrait in an ornate gold glazed mount with integral loop for suspension.

Simon van de Passe worked at the court of James I (r.1603–25), and was commissioned to produce a series of engraved portrait medallions of members of the King’s family, which may have included this portrait of his cousin Elizabeth I. Based on a portrait miniature by Isaac Oliver, this medallion is a rare – possibly unique – survival made of gold. Usually made from silver, portrait medallions could be worn as pendants, and were often presented as gifts to loyal courtiers. Catalogue...

The Queen Mary Conch Pearl Brooch,   c. 1901 -  Given to her by her husband, King George V, in the early century. It contains two Conch Pearls, the top pearl is 24.9 carats and the bottom 28.1 carats.

Conch Pearls Ltd | Conch pearls Knowledge center.

Conch pearls are natural pearls from the Caribbean exclusively. Discover everything about those pink pearls used by high jewellers to make earrings, rings, pendants etc.

Août 1909, le Tsar Nicolas II et sa famille effectuent leur dernière visite en Angleterre où ils assistent à la régate annuelle à Cowes, sur l'île de Wight. - C'est à cette occasion que la princesse de Galles (future reine Mary) reçoit cette broche, ornée d'une améthyste de Sibérie, signée Fabergé. - Une broche qui appartient aujourd'hui au « Royal Collection Trust » créé en 1993 par la reine Elizabeth II

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Août 1909, le Tsar Nicolas II et sa famille effectuent leur dernière visite en Angleterre où ils assistent à la régate annuelle à Cowes, sur l'île de Wight. - C'est à cette occasion que la princesse de Galles (future reine Mary) reçoit cette broche, ornée d'une améthyste de Sibérie, signée Fabergé. - Une broche qui appartient aujourd'hui au « Royal Collection Trust » créé en 1993 par la reine Elizabeth II

Le roi Georges V (1865-1936) et la reine Mary (1867-1953) - XXe siècle - Or, argent, pierreries - Ces miniatures sont des cadeaux officiels destinés à être offerts par le roi lors d’occasions très prestigieuses. Elles constituent l’un des très rares exemples d’objets de ce type offerts à des maharajas lors des fêtes du Delhi Durbar de décembre 1911

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Le roi Georges V (1865-1936) et la reine Mary (1867-1953) - XXe siècle - Or, argent, pierreries - Ces miniatures sont des cadeaux officiels destinés à être offerts par le roi lors d’occasions très prestigieuses. Elles constituent l’un des très rares exemples d’objets de ce type offerts à des maharajas lors des fêtes du Delhi Durbar de décembre 1911

The coronation banquet of George IV was the last time that the challenge was made. At the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II in 1953, the current champion was present as Standard Bearer of the Union Flag

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The coronation banquet of George IV was the last time that the challenge was made. At the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II in 1953, the current champion was present as Standard Bearer of the Union Flag

Manufacture de Sèvres - Coffret à la Toilette des femmes dans les cinq parties du monde, 1842 - Porcelaine dure et bronze doré - 27,5 x 41 x 27 cm - Collection de Sa Majesté la Reine Elizabeth II - Photo : Royal Collection Trust / © Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II 2019

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Manufacture de Sèvres - Coffret à la Toilette des femmes dans les cinq parties du monde, 1842 - Porcelaine dure et bronze doré - 27,5 x 41 x 27 cm - Collection de Sa Majesté la Reine Elizabeth II - Photo : Royal Collection Trust / © Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II 2019