The best way to photograph the perfect Princess Margaret portrait is to take her as she really is, not as she seems, writes Anna Tournier.
Queen Elizabeth II was born on August 4, 1878, in Glasgow.
In life, she was also a Queen, the first British monarch in nearly two centuries to die without a son.
She was born to the family of Prince Albert, the Duke of Edinburgh.
Born on March 14, 1879, she grew up in the care of her grandmother, Princess Margaret, and her grandfather, Prince Philip, a Duke of Westminster.
She began to pursue her studies in Paris when she was about 10 years old.
After completing her studies, she married Prince Albert in 1895 and the couple moved to England where they had three children.
Princess Margaret died in November 1920, after being diagnosed with lung cancer.
The Duke and Duchess of Edinburgh are survived by two daughters, Princess Charlotte and Princess Elizabeth.
Her mother was Queen Victoria, the wife of John Winston Churchill.
Prince Albert married Princess Margaret in 1939 and her first husband, Prince George, married Princess Philip in 1955.
During her reign, Queen Elizabeth II, her husband and Prince Albert were Britain’s most important diplomats and the most powerful figures in the world.
“She was a strong, loving, compassionate woman who always gave me her full attention,” said Princess Margaret.
According to her biographer, Tourniers biography of Queen Elizabeth, she often made jokes and would not allow herself to be photographed with her husband in public.
When she was younger, Princess Elizabeth and her sisters became active in philanthropy, including their foundation, which is named after their father.
With her death, the family was able to take more control over her care.
Tournier writes that Queen Elizabeth was a devoted and loving mother, who had a great sense of humor.
There is a huge amount of pride in being a princess and to be queen, said Princess Margaretta.
Queen Elizabeth was born Elizabeth I in the United Kingdom in February 1878. “
And she did not have a lot of time for leisure time, so she would spend hours at her desk, trying to figure out how to make the money.”
Queen Elizabeth was born Elizabeth I in the United Kingdom in February 1878.
She married Prince Philip on December 6, 1901, in the Great Hall of the British Parliament in London.
On April 12, 1914, she became the youngest ever queen to be crowned in Britain.
Following her coronation, she established the first royal museum in Britain, the Royal Albert Hall, and built a new palace in Kensington Palace in London, which she named after her grandfather.
At the height of her powers, Queen Margaret, who was only 10 years older than Queen Elizabeth had three daughters and three sons.
Elizabeth II had seven grandchildren.
She died on March 11, 2021, aged 90.