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"Alfred Hitchcock" and Orson Wells have something in common
Carry On Camping. 1969. My all time fave carry on film.
London, England, 1940, King George VI and Queen Elizabeth (later the Queen Mother) inspect the damage to a cinema building in Baker Street after it was destroyed by Nazi bombing in an air raid over the capital (Photo by Popperfoto/Getty Images)
Images from the only colour film of the Queen's coronation. I saw this dress when I visited Windsor in 2003: it is amazingly beautiful and the Queen was super tiny when she wore it!
Loved all the Carry On films, including those set in the NHS :)
3 December 1985: Princess Diana at the London premiere of Steven Spielberg's "Back To The Future" Premiere. The showing was in aid of the Prince of Wales Trust Fund.
A premiere for a princess! The Duchess of Cambridge went bra-less in a semi-sheer gown by her favoured designer Jenny Packham
Kate appeared to leave her underwear at home as she flashed a hint of her lower back in the elegant gown
Barbara Windsor & Sid James caught in a cupboard in Girls