A family walks past 'The World Turned Upside Down', a pub in London's Old Kent Road, 10th March 1947. Fittingly, the children walk beside the pushchairs, their places usurped by sacks of coke from the local gasworks.
Robert Dudley (1533–1588), Earl of Leicester, later in life. He was Queen Elizabeth's favourite gentleman of the court and secretly married her cousin, Lettice Knollys. She was the mother of another of Elizabeth's favourites, Robert Devereaux.