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The Cullinan V Heart Brooch - the centre stone is the 18.8 carat heart-shaped Cullinan V diamond. The platinum setting & the positioning of the collets in the brooch were all expressly designed to accentuate the shape of the stone. It was made for Queen Mary in 1910.

Queen Elizabeth, The Queen Mother wearing her Emerald & Diamond, Greville brooch. On her 98th birthday outside Clarence House, 4th August 1998.

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Britain's Princess Elizabeth, right, and her sister, Princess Margaret as they watch their carrier pigeon circle in the sky after they have released it with a message for Lady Baden-Powell on 20 Feb. 1943

Queen Elizabeth II presents the prizes for the Services Team Jumping... News Photo 491850069

The Queen's favourite corgi, Sparky, sadly passed away and his heartbroken master personally took charge of burying him.

After exiting the estate, she then waves on a motorist who has stopped to give way to the ...

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Royals are accused of 'ostentatious cruelty' over their fur hats

The Queen has come under fire from animal rights campaigners for her cream-coloured fur hat and matching fur coat trim, which experts claim was made from fur from different types of fox

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Prince Harry looks nervous during a close encounter with a bull

Prince Harry visits a school in Suffolk #dailymail

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Queen looks radiant in blue as she presents Maundy money to pensioners in her second appearance since her illness

Queen Elizabeth II distributes the Maundy money - Every year at Easter Her Majesty presents special 'Maundy money' to local pensioners in a UK cathedral or abbey. - Since the 15th century, the number of Maundy coins handed out, and the number of people receiving the coins, has been related to the Sovereign’s age: for example, when The Queen was 60 years old, 60 women and 60 men would have received 60 pence-worth of Maundy coins.