Polfoto 08-05-2006 HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh opens the European Navigation Conference and Exhibition 2006 at the Manchester International Conference Centre Manchester, England, Monday May 8, 2006. Prince Philip who served in the Royal Navy during the war opened the conference in his capacity as Grand Master of the Guild of Air Pilots and Air Navigators of the British Empire, and Master of Trinity House
London 2012 Olympic bid chairman Lord Sebastian Coe and Olympic bid chief executive Keith Mills, left, smile for the media after being knighted by Britain's Queen Elizabeth II for services to sport at Buckingham Palace, London Wednesday May 10, 2006. Coe and his team were credited with landing the 2012 Olympics in London
HRH Queen Elizabeth II watches the Land Rover International Driving Grand Prix from her new Jaguar X Type estate car on the first day of the Royal Windsor Horse Show on May 11, 2006 in Windsor, England.
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After taking part in the carriage driving event at last year's Windsor Horse Show, Prince Philip famously decided to retire from competitive riding. Organisers were no doubt surprised to see the sprightly 84-year-old back in the saddle on Thursday afternoon, therefore, although this time he opted for the high-octane thrills of a mini-motorcycle.................... http://www.hellomagazine.com/royalty...dsorhorseshow/
Thirty-three dolls given to the Queen as a child and throughout her reign are going on show this week.
The historic collection will be displayed at Frogmore House, near Windsor Castle, in Berkshire.
The exhibition includes a doll made in 1910 of biscuit porcelain and an Afro-American one given to the Queen in 1957 by Eleanor Roosevelt. Frogmore House is no longer an occupied royal residence but was once a favourite retreat of Queen Victoria