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Old 03-17-2005, 03:20 PM
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I agree, the monument will be odd because of the gap of age between the two.
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That is a good point about the age difference in the statues. I think it's a fantastic thing to do. A for those who will be opposed, how do they think we got statues in the first place for people to go and admire?
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Elisabeth Bowes Lyon had a wonderful Relationship with Charles. Here are some Pics to show this bonding:


1. 1950 - Elisabeth and Charles at Annes Babtism
2. 1954 - Elisabeth and Charles
3. 1957 - Elisabeth and Charles
4. 1975 - Elisabeth and Charles
5. 1985 - Elisabeth and Charles
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1.The Queen and Lady Sarah Chatto arriving at Westminster Hall to witness HM The Queen Mother's coffin being brought in ceremonial procession from the Queen's Chapel, St James' Palace to Westminster Hall for the Lying-in-State on 5/4/2002

2+3+4+5.QUEEN MOTHER'S PROCESSION The ceremonial procession taking the coffin of HM Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother from the Queen's Chapel, St James' Palace to her Lying-in-State at Westminster Hall Photo: Members of the Royal Family in the procession on 5/4/2002
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1.Rev WILLIAM BOOTH Sub-Dean of HM Chapels Royal Domestic Chaplain to HM The Queen Saying prayers before the coffin of HM Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother as it lies at rest in the Queen's Chapel, St James' Palace.

2.HM QUEEN ELIZABETH II Leaving Windsor Castle to look at floral tributes left by members of the public in memory of her mother HM the Queen Mother who died at Windsor on Saturday age 101.

3.HM QUEEN ELIZABETH II HRH DUKE OF EDINBURGH and MUNRO DAVIDSON At Windsor Castle, where they looked at floral tributes left by members of the public in memory of HM the Queen Mother who died at Windsor on Saturday aged 101.

4.Pallbearers placing the coffin of HM Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother in a hearse in preparation for its journey to London. The Queen Mother died on Saturday aged 101. Her Lying in State at Westminster Hall will take place from Friday 5th to Monday 8th April and her funeral will take place on Tuesday, 9th April at Westminster Abbey.

5.HM QUEEN ELIZABETH II HRH DUKE OF EDINBURGH and MUNRO DAVIDSON At Windsor Castle, where they looked at floral tributes left by members of the public in memory of HM the Queen Mother who died at Windsor on Saturday aged 101.

6.HM QUEEN ELIZABETH II Meeting well-wishers at Windsor Castle when she went to look at floral tributes left by members of the public in memory of her mother HM the Queen Mother who died at Windsor on Saturday aged 101.
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1.Pipe Major JIM MOTHERWELL Pipe Major to HM The Queen Mother Followed by pallbearers carrying the coffin of HM Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother from the Royal Chapel of All Saints prior to its journey to London. The Queen Mother died on Saturday aged 101. Her Lying in State at Westminster Hall will take place from Friday 5th to Monday 8th April and her funeral will take place on Tuesday, 9th April at Westminster Abbey in London.

2.HRH THE PRINCE OF WALES and Right: HRH THE DUKE OF YORK with Centre: Rt Rev DAVID CONNER Dean of Windsor Gathering for Evensong at the Royal Chapel of All Saints, close to Royal Lodge, the Windsor home of Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother, who died on Saturday aged 101. Her funeral will be held in London on Tuesday, 9th April 2002.

3.QUEEN MOTHER'S PROCESSION Crowds lining the route of the ceremonial procession taking the coffin of HM Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother from the Queen's Chapel, St James' Palace to her Lying-in-State at Westminster Hall on 5/4/2002.

4.QUEEN MOTHER'S PROCESSION The ceremonial procession taking the coffin of HM Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother from the Queen's Chapel, St James' Palace to her Lying-in-State at Westminster Hall on 5/4/2002.

5.HM QUEEN ELIZABETH II and HRH DUKE OF EDINBURGH Returning to Buckingham Palace after the ceremonial procession taking the coffin of HM The Queen Mother from the Queen's Chapel, St James' Palace to her Lying-in-State at Westminster Hall on 5/4/2002.

6.QUEEN MOTHER'S PROCESSION The ceremonial procession taking the coffin of HM Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother from the Queen's Chapel, St James' Palace to her Lying-in-State at Westminster Hall on 5/4/2002.
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1.HRH COUNTESS OF WESSEX Arriving at Westminster Hall to await the arrival of HM Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother's coffin being brought in ceremonial procession from the Queen's Chapel, St James' Palace to Westminster Hall for the Lying-in-State on 5/4/2002.

2.Lady SARAH CHATTO Niece of HM Queen Elizabeth II Leaving Westminster Hall following the ceremonial procession which took the coffin of HM Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother from the Queen's Chapel, St James' Palace to her Lying-in-State on 5/4/2002.

3.HRH DUKE AND DUCHESS OF KENT Leaving Westminster Hall following the ceremonial procession which took the coffin of HM Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother from the Queen's Chapel, St James' Palace to her Lying-in-State on 5/4/2002.

4.HRH DUKE OF KENT; HRH DUCHESS OF GLOUCESTER; HRH DUCHESS OF KENT and HRH DUKE OF KENT Leaving Westminster Hall following the ceremonial procession which took the coffin of HM Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother from the Queen's Chapel, St James' Palace to her Lying-in-State on 5/4/2002.

5.HRH PRINCESS ALEXANDRA; HRH PRINCE MICHAEL and HRH PRINCESS MICHAEL OF KENT Leaving Westminster Hall following the ceremonial procession which took the coffin of HM Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother from the Queen's Chapel, St James' Palace to her Lying-in-State on 5/4/2002.

6.QUEEN MOTHER'S PROCESSION The ceremonial procession taking the coffin of HM Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother from the Queen's Chapel, St James' Palace to her Lying-in-State at Westminster Hall on 5/4/2002.

7.QUEEN MOTHER'S PROCESSION Irish Guardsmen carrying the coffin of HM Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother into Westminster Hall for her Lying-in-State with The Queen watching on 5/4/2002.
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1.HRH THE DUKE OF YORK In the ceremonial procession taking the coffin of HM Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother from the Queen's Chapel, St James' Palace to her Lying-in-State at Westminster Hall on 5/4/2002.

2.HRH THE PRINCESS ROYAL In the ceremonial procession taking the coffin of HM Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother from the Queen's Chapel, St James' Palace to her Lying-in-State at Westminster Hall on 5/4/2002.

3.HRH THE EARL OF WESSEX In the ceremonial procession taking the coffin of HM Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother from the Queen's Chapel, St James' Palace to her Lying-in-State at Westminster Hall on 5/4/2002.

4.HRH PRINCE HARRY In the ceremonial procession taking the coffin of HM Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother from the Queen's Chapel, St James' Palace to her Lying-in-State at Westminster Hall on 5/4/2002.

5.HRH THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH In the ceremonial procession taking the coffin of HM Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother from the Queen's Chapel, St James' Palace to her Lying-in-State at Westminster Hall on 5/4/2002.

6.HRH THE PRINCE OF WALES In the ceremonial procession taking the coffin of HM Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother from the Queen's Chapel, St James' Palace to her Lying-in-State at Westminster Hall on 5/4/2002.

7.QUEEN MOTHER'S PROCESSION The ceremonial procession taking the coffin of HM Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother from the Queen's Chapel, St James' Palace to her Lying-in-State at Westminster Hall on 5/4/2002.

8.WREATH FROM THE QUEEN In the ceremonial procession taking the coffin of HM Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother from the Queen's Chapel, St James' Palace to her Lying-in-State at Westminster Hall on 5/4/2002.
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Who come HRH the Duke of York donīt have the same kinde of ribbon like HRH the POW and HRH the Duke of Edinburgh has ?
He is in a uniforme like POW and the duke of Edinburgh...
I assume you are meaning the blue ribbon which the Duke of Edinburgh, Prince of Wales and Princess Royal are all wearing. This is the ribbon of the Order of the Garter. As the Duke of York is not a member of that order he is not entitled to wear the ribbon. If and when he ever becomes an member, which is highly unlikely in my opinion, he will then be able to wear it.
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Yes it was that blue ribbon that the Duke of Edinburgh, Prince of Wales and the Princess Royal i was thinking about...
Why do you think that it will be unlikely for the Duke of York to use it when he will be a member of The Order of the Gater ??
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I would like to know the names of all the medals worn by the Duke of Edinburgh. But I've never found them.
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Does anyone know what Anne's sash and orders mean?
Why doesn't Edward have any?
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Yes it was that blue ribbon that the Duke of Edinburgh, Prince of Wales and the Princess Royal i was thinking about...
Why do you think that it will be unlikely for the Duke of York to use it when he will be a member of The Order of the Gater ??
I don't think that he will be unlikely to use the ribbon WHEN he becomes a member of the order.

I doubt IF he will become a member of the order which is why I think that it is unlikely that he will ever wear the ribbon in question.

The next royal to probably be created a member of the order of the garter is William, unless Charles becomes King first in which case I expect him to give the garter to Camilla as the spouse of the monarch, which is why both the late Queen Mum and the Duke of Edinburgh have been so honoured (yes I know Philip was made a member in 1947 but that was because he was marrying the future Queen and not for anything special that he had done).

It is not normal for all the children of the monarch to become members, which is why I doubt that Andrew will get that honour. I also doubt that William will be so honoured.

Charles was made a member because he is the Prince of Wales and Princess Anne in recognition of her incredible work load, an unusual honour for a Princess not in direct line to the throne. The Queen herself was made a member in 1947 shortly before her wedding. I don't believe that Princess Margaret was ever a member but I will stand corrected on that one.
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Great post. I was wondering, why do the bells that toll after Her Majesty's funeral have such a distinct sound to them? I remember Diana's funeral had the same thing. I heard someone say that it had something to do with leather straps put on them, or something. I'm not sure. Whatever it is, do they have a name for the technique they use? Just wondering.
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I would like to know the names of all the medals worn by the Duke of Edinburgh. But I've never found them.
Found! Someone asked to this month Royal Insight which medals were worn by the Duke at the fleet review. I suppose they are always the same, so they are:

1939 - 1945 Star
Atlantic Star
Africa Star
Burma Star (with pacific rosette)
Italy Star
War Medal 1939 - 1945 with Mention in Despatches
King George VI Coronation Medal
QE II Coronation Medal
QE II Jubilee Medal
Canadian Forces Decoration (2 bars)
New Zealand Commemoration Medal 1990
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Greek War Cross 1950
Croix de Guerre (France) with palm 1948
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Buckingham Palace State Rooms Open To The Public Photos from gettyimages

#1: Assistant curator Catherine de Guitaut adjusts a a dress on display for the 2005 Summer Opening of the State Rooms at Buckingham Palace, the official residence of Her Majesty The Queen on July 29, 2005 in London, England. The 'White Wardrobe' designed for Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother by Norman Hartnell is the centrepiece of a special exhibition, with the theme being the State Visit to France made by King George VI and Queen Elizabeth in July 1938.

#2: Members of the public view the Oriental Circlet worn by Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother which is on display for the 2005 Summer Opening of the State Rooms at Buckingham Palace, the official residence of Her Majesty The Queen on July 29, 2005 in London, England.

#3: Assistant curator Catherine de Guitaut checks a display of the dress, with matching parasol worn by Queen Elizabeth in Cecil Beaton's photographs of her taken in 1939 which is on display for the 2005 Summer Opening of the State Rooms at Buckingham Palace, the official residence of Her Majesty The Queen on July 29, 2005 in London, England.

#4: Members of the public view the dress, with matching parasol worn by Queen Elizabeth in Cecil Beaton's photographs of her taken in 1939 which is on display for the 2005 Summer Opening of the State Rooms at Buckingham Palace, the official residence of Her Majesty The Queen on July 29, 2005 in London, England.
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Does anyone know why the Queen mother only had 2 children?
I can never seem to find any information as to the reason why...
Was it a medical reason? or was it they only wanted 2?
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I dont know much,but i remember i used to read a book about The Queen Mother,and all of us know that King George VI and Queen Elizabeth married in 1923,and Queen Elizabeth II was born 3 years later.In the book said that because the King(at that time was the Duke of York)had some medical problems with his health,like his physical health was not very good,and had some medical ways to have a baby,but later Princess Margaret's birth was more easier.I'm not really sure,but i remember i have read in a book.
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I have read that the Queen Mother had to have C-sections with her daughters, perhaps at the time physically she couldn't have more than two.
And I wonder if there wasn't some male fertility issue that complicated the issue.
But it seems that having a male heir would have been of critical importance after it became apparent that the Prince of Wales was going to make a hash of things, if Bertie and Elizabeth could have pulled it off.
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I'm guessing a male heir would have been very important as well for them but I have a hunch that they already knew that they were not going to have more children. There doesn't seem to be any push from the press or any public push from the family. This to me indicates that they may have been aware that another child may not have been possible.

I've also read stories and quotes from royal biographies stating that the family was quite happy as "us four". This was even before the girls were grown.
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