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The childhood of Queen Elizabeth and her sister Margaret. Amazing story I never knew about

The intimate portrait of the Queen's childhood by her governess Crawfie caused a sensation 60 years ago. Republished for the Jubilee, it enchants more than ever. This is the second part of our exclusive serialisation...

May 2006: Queen Elizabeth II attends the Order of the Bath service, dressed in traditional garments, and looking lovely. Photo: Anwar Hussein, Getty Images  via @AOL_Lifestyle Read more: http://www.aol.com/article/entertainment/2016/12/21/britains-queen-and-prince-philip-sick-with-heavy-colds-palac/21632810/?a_dgi=aolshare_pinterest#fullscreen

The queen and her husband are both suffering from a heavy cold and have postponed Christmas travel plans while they recuperate.

Playing tourist in the Solomon Islands in 1982, Elizabeth still looked every bit the proper monarch. Her ensembles consisted of long-sleeve, mid-calf skirt suits, sturdy pumps and killer hats (plus those omnipresent pearls!) whether on a boat, seeing native dancers or being carried in a traditional war canoe.

Named the U.K.'s top style icon over 50, we're taking a look back at the looks that surely helped her cinch the title

Vibrant: The Queen, dressed in a fuchsia coat and matching hat, with Prince Philip at the castle

The Queen, 91, was filmed telling Cruachan IV the Shetland pony to 'go away' when he tried to take a bite out of her posy during a visit to Stirling Castle, in Scotland, yesterday.

Long-standing love: The Queen, pictured in 1968 and 1972, has long adored all things eques...

The Queen is celebrating her 89th birthday today and will spend it quietly with her family at Windsor. But despite being on the cusp of her 10th decade, she remains as active as ever.

Queen Elizabeth II with Prince Andrew Artist: Cecil Beaton Date: 1960 Credit line: copyright V images

Garrard, the oldest jeweller in the world, sponsor the V&A Museum's exhibition, Queen Elizabeth II by Cecil Beaton: A Diamond Jubilee Celebration. I look at what jewels we can spot The Queen wearing in these photographs.