Rare Royal images on show

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A UNIQUE insight into the private life of the Queen will go on show at Harewood House this spring.

A collection of photographs from the Royal collection taken by favourite photographer Marcus Adams, has been loaned to the venue to mark the Diamond Jubilee.

“Two vintage prints of Prince Charles and Princess Anne taken in October 1952 when they attended Marcus Adams’s studio together will appear in the exhibition for the first time,” said a Harewood spokesman.

“The pictures capture with wonderful charm the early life of the young Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret from Princess Elizabeth’s first sitting when she was just over seven months old in 1926, to life as the new royal family, the pre-war years, their last sitting in 1941 at Windsor Castle, then later a new generation of royals; Prince Charles and Princess Anne were photographed by Adams 13 times between 1949 – 1956.”

The photographs will be shown at Harewood from March 31 to June 17.