Prince Philip, 1933 - In 1930, at the age of eight, Prince Philip came to Britain to attend Cheam School in Surrey. He lived partly with his maternal grandmother (Princess Louis of Battenberg; from 1917 Marchioness of Milford Haven) in Kensington Palace, and partly with his uncle, the 2nd Marquess of Milford Haven, at Lynden Manor near Maidenhead. This photograph was taken in 1933, shortly before Prince Philip left Cheam.
With the Queen's approval, The Duchess of York has been allowed access to the royal library at Windsor Castle to research a sequel to Young Victoria, the film she co-produced with Martin Scorsese four years ago, starring Emily Blunt. Sarah now wants to make a film about Prince Albert and to invite Julian Fellowes, who wrote the script for Young Victoria, to write the screenplay.
The Definitive Guide To The British Royal Line Of Succession
If you can peel your eyes away from the Cambridge's for a second you will notice there are in fact other people on the balcony I thought you might be interested in who's who :) Basically there is the immediate Royal family that are positioned in the middle and on either side stand the family of the Queen's cousins: the Duke of Gloucester, the Duke of Kent, Prince Michael of Kent and Princess Alexandra. In the Gloucester set, from left to right, you can see Richard the Duke of Gloucester…