Princess Margaret a bridesmaid as two of Princess Elizabeth s staff wed - Royal family attend
Princess Margaret a bridesmaid as two of Princess Elizabeth s staff wed - Royal family attend.
Princess Margaret was chief bridesmaid when two members of Princess Elizabeth s household were married at St Margaret s Church, Westminster. The bride, Lady Margaret Egerton, Lady - in - waiting to Princess Elizabeth and the bridegroom, Mr John Colville her Private Secretary. Traffic had to be diverted as members of the Royal Family attended and crowds watched the arrivals.
Photo shows ; The bride and bridegroom leaving St Margaret s after the ceremony followed by Princess Margaret as a bridesmaid.
20 October 1948
The King and Queen drove in state from Buckingham Palace to the House of Lords for
The King and Queen drove in state from Buckingham Palace to the House of Lords for the opening of Parliament. Their majesties were escorted by a Captain's Escort of Household Cavalry and preceding the Royal Coach was a carriage containing the crowns. At the Victoria Tower, Westminster the king and queen were met by the great offices of state and proceeded to the Robing Room. To salute their arrival at Westminster, a troop of Royal Horse Artillery fired 41t guns from St James's Park.
Picture shows: Yeomen of the Guard, in their colourful uniforms, paraded for inspection at the Houses of Parliament for the state opening.
12 November 1946
Honorary degrees conferred at Cambridge. Earl Balfour, Chancellor of the University
Honorary degrees conferred at Cambridge.
Earl Balfour, Chancellor of the University in the procession in connection with the ceremonial opening of the Marlay extension at the Fitzwilliam Museum.
18 June 1924
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