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Queen Elizabeth at Bayeux Cemetery during D-Day 70 Commemorations on June 6, 2014 in Bayeux, France. Chris Jackson, Getty Images.

Gallery: Royals gather for D-Day ceremonies

The Queen wore Queen Victoria's Fringe Brooch, only the second time she has worn this brooch since the death of her mother from whom she inherited it in

SOUTHAMPTON, ENGLAND - JANUARY 8 2004

Grandma wore pink and purple today for her Birthday! Queen Elizabeth in pink and purple colorblocking fashion!

True lover's knot: The Queen’s choice of jewellery is always carefully thought out. Close to her sister Princess Margaret, she wore this diamond brooch, inherited from Queen Mary, to her wedding. She also wore it, romantically, to the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton last year to celebrate their ‘true love’

The Queen of style: The beautiful gowns and precious jewellery that have made the Queen the very image of royalty

Souvenir of the Coronation of King George VI of Britain, May 12, 1937; pictured from left to right underneath King George: Princess Elizabeth, Princess Margaret, and Elizabeth, the Queen Mum.

Souvenir of the Coronation of King George VI of Britain, May pictured from left to right underneath King George: Princess Elizabeth, Princess Margaret, and Elizabeth, the Queen Mum.

The Queen at the Windsor Horse Show in 1995 wearing the "Bridge of Tay" brooch, presented to the Queen on 10th October 1960 when she opened a new bridge over the river Tay in Perth, Scotland.

The Queen at the Windsor Horse Show in 1995 wearing the "Bridge of Tay" brooch, presented to the Queen on October 1960 when she opened a new bridge over the river Tay in Perth, Scotland.

Queen Elizabeth Jewelry Collection :Also known as the Cullinan III and Cullinan IV, these two stones weigh a massive 94.4 and 63.6 carats respectively, and held together, they make a brooch. Since they were frequently worn by Queen Mary, Queen Elizabeth's grandmother, they earned the nickname Granny's Chips. Back to The Royals

Gallery of Fame: 'Look at Me!' Art Work

GRANNY'S CHIPS Also known as the Cullinan III and Cullinan IV, these two stones weigh a massive and carats respectively, and held together, they make a brooch. Since they were frequently worn by Queen Mary, Queen Elizabeth's

The Queen and Princess Margaret were given a grand playhouse known as Y Bwthyn Bach (which means “The Little House” in Welsh) in 1932 by the Welsh people when she was six years old. It sits on the grounds of Windsor’s Royal Lodge.

Royal Playhouse: On her sixth birthday, Queen Elizabeth II was given a six room, fully decorated home two-fifths normal size.

Queen Elizabeth, June 29, 2010 in Angela Kelly | Royal Hats

Hat Cousins: Queen Elizabeth and the Mushroom Brim Hats of Angela Kelly

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