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At the time she stood third in line of succession to the throne after Edward, Prince of Wales (later King Edward VIII), and her father, The Duke of York.But it was not expected that her father would become King, or that she would become Queen. The Princess was christened Elizabeth Alexandra Mary in the private chapel at Buckingham Palace.Prince Philip was born Prince Philip of Greece and Denmark. There were two pages: HRH Prince William of Gloucester (aged 5) and HRH Prince Michael of Kent (aged 5). The Queen's wedding dress was designed by Sir Norman Hartnell. As an owner and breeder of thoroughbreds, she often visits other race meetings to watch her horses run, and also frequently attends equestrian events. She attends the Derby at Epsom, one of the classic flat races in Britain, and the Summer Race Meeting at Ascot, which has been a Royal occasion since 1911. The Queen's horses won races at Royal Ascot on a number of occasions. To formally greet the Queen men should perform a neck bow (from the head only) whilst women do a small curtsy.He joined the Royal Navy in 1939 and after the war, in February 1947, became a naturalised British subject. Norman Hartnell submitted designs for the dress in August 1947. The fabric for the dress was woven at Winterthur Silks Limited, Dunfermline, in the Canmore factory, using silk that had come from Chinese silkworms at Lullingstone Castle. The Queen's Bridal Veil was made of tulle and held by a tiara of diamonds. There was a notable double on 18 June 1954 when Landau won the Rous Memorial Stakes and a stallion called Aureole won the Hardwicke Stakes, and in 1957 The Queen had four winners during Ascot week. Other interests include walking in the countryside and working her Labradors, which were bred at Sandringham. A lesser known interest is Scottish country dancing. On presentation to The Queen, the correct formal address is 'Your Majesty' and subsequently 'Ma'am'. Norman Hartnell, who first worked for the then Princess Elizabeth in the 1940s, produced many of the finest evening dresses in Her Majesty’s wardrobe.She was named after her mother, while her two middle names are those of her paternal great-grandmother, Queen Alexandra, and paternal grandmother, Queen Mary. The Princess's early years were spent at 145 Piccadilly, the London house taken by her parents shortly after her birth, and at White Lodge in Richmond Park. When she was six years old, her parents took over Royal Lodge in Windsor Great Park as their own country home 7.Princess Elizabeth was educated at home with Princess Margaret, her younger sister. She received tuition from her father, as well as sessions with Henry Marten, the Vice-Provost of Eton. In her 1991 message, the Queen silenced rumours of abdication as she pledged to continue to serve. The Queen issued a writ against The Sun newspaper after it published the full text of her 1992 broadcast two days before transmission.
Used by professionals and amateurs alike, these types of telegraph keys date from the nineteenth-century up to the present time.A KLG spark plug was once the standard fitment to many classic motorcycles, including both of my two Matchless G3’s.However it is not a make you really hear too much of these days with NGK and Champion dominating the market.Rogers Nov, 2014 These two precision resistance boxes were built in Berlin by Otto Wolff and date from around 1900. Biddle of Philadelphia imported these instruments and each box has his tag attached.Biddle was also a very early major builder and supplier of wireless equipment with Reginald Fessenden being one of his prominent customers over a long period of time.