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Jacqueline 11-21-2002 11:18 AM

Anne, Princess Royal: Old News and Pictures
 
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Josefine 03-06-2003 11:08 AM

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I love some of these pictures,
Is there someone who has pictures of her when she was young…

MihoshiMarie 03-06-2003 02:39 PM

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I found this one on my hard drive. It's a scan from British Vogue magazine--the December 2001 issue. It was a portrait taken by Lord Snowdon for her 20th birthday.

I scanned this sometime last year.

MihoshiMarie 03-09-2003 02:28 AM

You're welcome. I am not sure; the caption says that American Vogue considered her 'pretty and clever.' She was a favorite with the guys and all.

Here's a page with more pictures.

Teresa 04-20-2003 12:18 PM

Thanks for the pictures. I think she looks nice in those old ones, and she also has a good figure at present.
I would like the media would give her more attention, it seams that I only get to read about her when is something "negative" like the worst dressed list or the trial because of her dog.

Teresa 04-20-2003 12:47 PM

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Originally posted by Liz@Mar 2nd, 2003 - 2:41 pm
...I realize I'm a fan club of one...
I'm sure there are more fans of Princess Anne.
I admire her work and the way she brought up her children.
She doesn't get is much press...maybe because there isn't any scandals relating to her person. B)

MihoshiMarie 04-21-2003 07:41 PM

You're welcome, for the one pic anyway. It must be really hard to maintain a low-profile and live a 'scandal-free' life with this kind of mass media. I know I wouldn't be as good at it as the Princess Royal. ;)

Mandy 04-22-2003 06:03 PM

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Hi everyone!

I have some pictures of Princess Anne. Hope you enjoy them. :flower:

1951 RexFeatures photo.

Mandy 04-22-2003 06:05 PM

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1953 RexFeatures photo.

Mandy 04-22-2003 06:07 PM

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1954 Corbis photo.

Mandy 04-22-2003 06:09 PM

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1961 Corbis photo.

Mandy 04-22-2003 06:16 PM

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Corbis photo. April 1964, Anne attending Henenden School in Kent.

Mandy 04-22-2003 06:18 PM

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1967 RexFeatures photo.

Mandy 04-22-2003 06:23 PM

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1968 Corbis photo.

Mandy 04-22-2003 06:25 PM

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1969 Corbis photo.

Mandy 04-22-2003 06:27 PM

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1969 Corbis photos.

Mandy 04-22-2003 06:39 PM

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1970 RexFeatures & Corbis photos.

Julia 04-22-2003 06:42 PM

Thanks for all of the pics, Mandy! The Princess Royal is quite a horsewoman. She has absolutely no fear whatsoever!

PrincessPreppy 04-22-2003 06:44 PM

Boy she was actucally quite pretty in some of those..I never knew.

Mandy 04-22-2003 06:45 PM

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1970 Corbis photo. July 1970 White House party- Charles, Anne, Tricia Nixon, Julie Nixon Eisenhower & David Eisenhower.

Mandy 04-22-2003 06:51 PM

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Hi Julia & PrincessPreppy,

Is it not amazing how she has been overlooked for so many years! Overshadowed might be a better word! :unsure:

1971 Rexfeatures photo.

Mandy 04-22-2003 06:53 PM

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1971 Corbis photo. One of my favourite pics.

Julia 04-22-2003 06:54 PM

She was a rather sweet looking woman and fairly stylish!

Mandy 04-22-2003 06:59 PM

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1972 Corbis photo.

Mandy 04-22-2003 07:02 PM

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Julia,
Yes. I bet she was fun to be with. She looks lonely too. Look at the first pic. Elfish?

Corbis photo

Mandy 04-22-2003 07:15 PM

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1973 Corbis photo. January 30, 1973- Engagement of Princess Anne & Mark Phillips.

Mandy 04-22-2003 07:17 PM

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1973 RexFeatures photo, rest 1973 Corbis photos.

Mandy 04-22-2003 10:27 PM

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1973 Corbis photo. November 1973.Wedding of Princess Anne & Captain Mark Phillips.

Mandy 04-22-2003 10:30 PM

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1974 Corbis photos.

Mandy 04-22-2003 10:33 PM

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1975 Corbis photo.

MihoshiMarie 04-23-2003 12:47 AM

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These are from Rex Features.

MihoshiMarie 04-23-2003 12:51 AM

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I scanned this one from the December 2001 issue of British Vogue.

MihoshiMarie 04-23-2003 01:02 AM

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I got this one from this group, and it was so nice that I had to include it.

Mandy 04-23-2003 01:12 AM

Hi MihoshiMarie! :flower:

Keep going! I am enjoying watching the pictures pop up. She certainly looks as normal as the rest of us. I would suspect that she has adjusted to royal life better than Charles did.

Thanks for sharing your pictures.

MihoshiMarie 04-23-2003 01:16 AM

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I have a lot more on a CD. I'll have to pick the best ones. I am very glad to hear that you like them. I just put the disc in and I have one of her 50th birthday. I saved this a long time ago, and I believe it is from The Sun Online.

MihoshiMarie 04-23-2003 01:19 AM

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Here's another one, from [i]Biography[\i] magazine. I forgot what issue it was, but I got it off of Ebsco Host. If you have a library card from your local library, your library might have it listed under online databases.

MihoshiMarie 04-23-2003 01:26 AM

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I did an image search on Google a long time ago and lost track of the source of this next one, but it is absolutely amazing.

Mandy 04-23-2003 01:30 AM

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Post as many as you like. They are all lovely to look at. Here is a 1978 RexFeatures photo.

Mandy 04-23-2003 01:38 AM

You are right, the "Google" pic is an excellent picture of Princess Anne. However, I particularly like the one of her and her children where one can see the love and pride shining through. :flower: :heart:

Jenna1186 05-05-2003 04:29 PM

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These pictures are from this past Easter at Winsdor.

fred 05-05-2003 05:39 PM

Thanks for those pics! Princess Royal was really a beautiful woman. Too bad that now her hairdo is too conservative.
fred

Alexandria 05-11-2003 01:26 PM

https://www.people.co.uk

SEPARATE HOMES FOR ANNE AND TIM

PRINCESS Anne's husband Commodore Tim Laurence has moved out of their marital home, The People can reveal.

Tim, 48, packed his bags and left Gatcombe Park after he and Anne, 52, failed to patch-up their troubled marriage.

The Royal Navy officer has moved in to a cottage in the grounds of the Gloucestershire estate.

A Royal source revealed: "It's as far as they can go without a formal separation.

"Sadly they can no longer face living under the same roof."

The People revealed two weeks ago that the Princess Royal's 11-year second marriage had hit the rocks.

Despite the rift the Queen will NOT let Anne divorce again, fearing the monarchy will not survive another love-split.

The aide said: "She is adamant there cannot even be a formal separation.

"Anne and Tim are both fiercely loyal to the Queen and would never go against her wishes."

They wed in 1993 after Anne divorced her first husband Captain Mark Phillips a year earlier.

But Tim never felt he had been accepted as an equal by her family - and complained of being treated like a servant by Prince Charles.

Sources insist no third parties are involved.

Alexandria 05-22-2003 10:25 PM

www.hello.com

Zara Phillips Turns Up the Glam for Maritime Engagement
22 MAY 2003
Zara Phillips attended her first public engagement on Wednesday, accompanied by her mother, the Princess Royal. In a unique teaming up of two generations of Britain's royal family, mum and daughter re-named a pair of sister ships in Southampton.

While the 77,000-tonne Adonia – the ship that the 22-year-old royal re-named – was undoubtedly impressive, it was Zara's radiant new look that garnered the most attention.

With her blonde hair flipped to the side and a creamy shawl adorning her shoulders, the young royal was looking especially glamorous for the special ceremony.

While the event was Zara's first public engagement, it does not mark her first royal engagement, says Buckingham Palace, as she was not acting on behalf of the Queen.

And the maritime occasion is the second time in the last few weeks that Zara's striking looks have garnered attention. She recently set flashbulbs popping with a low-cut crimson gown that daringly showed off her figure.

Jenna1186 05-23-2003 05:10 AM

ZARA MAKES OFFICIAL DEBUT

11:00 - 19 May 2003
Zara Phillips will perform her first official state function this week,
it was revealed yesterday. The Queen's granddaughter and her mother,
the Princess Royal, are taking part in a double cruise ship naming
ceremony in Southampton - the first time in Britain that two vessels have
been named simultaneously.

In front of 2,000 guests on Wednesday evening, Anne will name Oceana
and Zara will name Adonia.

Before the ceremony, the two royals will attend receptions and gala
dinners on board their respective vessels. The two ships are joining the P
&O Cruises fleet.

E-mailed to me by the Royal_Fanatsy Yahoo group.

Josefine 06-11-2003 05:29 PM

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Josefine 07-25-2003 10:54 AM

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1973: Crowds cheer marriage of Princess Anne

The wedding of the Queen's only daughter, Princess Anne, has taken place at Westminster Abbey.
Princess Anne, 23, married Mark Phillips, a lieutenant in the navy.

An estimated 500 million television viewers around the world are believed to have watched the ceremony.

Princess Anne wore an embroidered Tudor-style wedding dress with a high collar and mediaeval sleeves.

Lieutenant Phillips was in the full scarlet and blue uniform of his regiment, the Queen's Dragoon Guards.

The princess' bridesmaid was her nine-year-old cousin, Lady Sarah-Armstrong Jones, daughter of Princess Margaret.

Her youngest brother, nine-year-old Prince Edward, was her pageboy.

The wedding day had been declared a national holiday and crowds lined the streets to watch the newly married couple on their way back to Buckingham Palace.

Many well-wishers had spent the night sleeping in the Mall to guarantee a good view of the pair who travelled in a horse-drawn carriage.

Later they appeared on the balcony at Buckingham Palace and waved to the crowd below.

After a wedding lunch, the Princess and her new husband left to stay overnight at White House Lodge in Richmond Park.

They are due to travel to Barbados tomorrow where they will board the royal yacht Britannia for 18 days sailing in the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans.

The couple met through their mutual interest in horse riding and their engagement was announced in May.

It is only the second time in more than 200 years that a member of the British royal family has married a commoner.

The last commoner to marry into the royal family was the Queen Mother in 1923.

In Context
The couple had two children - Peter, born in 1977 and Zara in 1981.
Princess Anne and Mark Phillips were divorced in April 1992 - only the second royal couple to part in the 20th century.

The first was the Queen's sister, Princess Margaret and her husband, Lord Snowdon.

In December 1992 Princess Anne married Commander Timothy Laurence, who was formerly one of the Queen's equerries.

Captain Mark Phillips remarried in 1997 and had a daughter, with his new wife, a former Olympic horse rider.

The baby, Stephanie, was Captain Phillips' third daughter - he fathered an illegitimate child during his marriage to Princess Anne.

video
The newly-weds greet the crowds after the Westminster Abbey service

Alexandria 08-18-2003 09:15 PM

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www.ibl.se - Mandatory Credit: Photo By JAMES FRASER/REX FEATURES PRINCESS ANNE WITH 'TOYTOWN' SCOTTISH CHAMPIONSHIP HORSE TRIALS, THIRLSTANE, SCOTLAND, BRITAIN - 17 AUG 2003 424899/JFR

lasu 08-31-2003 01:57 PM

Ottawa Citizen

Princess Anne to salute aid workers
Will lay wreath at Rideau Falls Park monument

Sunday, August 31, 2003


Canadian aid workers killed overseas will be remembered when Princess Anne makes a seven-hour appearance in the capital tomorrow.

Arriving by motorcade from Kingston, Anne will lay a wreath at the monument to Canadian aid workers in Rideau Falls Park in an interfaith ceremony at 4 p.m. She'll then head to the Château Laurier to receive the first RedR Canada Award for Meritorious Service in Humanitarian Aid.

Princess Anne is the president of the British arm of RedR, short for Registered Engineers for Disaster Relief, which relieves suffering in disaster areas by providing personnel to humanitarian aid agencies worldwide.

An evening banquet at the hotel, marking the first anniversary of RedR in Canada, will follow. "This enables us to raise the profile of RedR in Canada," said executive director Kirk Thompson.

Princess Anne last visited Ottawa in July, 1982 as part of a 14-day official visit to Canada.

thissal 09-16-2003 10:12 PM

I always hear about how hard Princess Anne works, but is she associated with any single cause, or does she do a hodgepodge of whatever is available at the moment, such as cutting ribbons etc. Does she raise money for any charities?

Do any of the British Royals raise any significant amount of money for charities for the common people -- or even have their names associated with such charities in some way more than a perfunctory appearance? The charities I'm thinking about do not include collections of fine china, art, jewels or architecture.

Have any of the royals of not only Great Britain, but also Sweden, Norway, Holland, or Denmark shown any evidence of having a heart for the common people of their country or anywhere else? If they have, why is this not picked up by the media? Or maybe it's just me that is missing all this important information?

With the EU becoming a real possibility with its own constitution, the continuation of royalty as it is today will seem purdy bizarre, when they merely exist and barely tolerate their public. I like the idea of royals, but I fear they are on their way to becoming extinct.

Josefine 10-05-2003 04:05 PM

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Anne, the Princess Royal in a silk evening dress and jacket for a dinner at the Royal Victoria Dock in East London for supporters of the Princess Royal's Trust for Carers which she formed in 1991.
Tim Graham/Corbis

hrhcp 10-26-2003 11:36 PM

https://www.royal.gov.uk/output/page418.asp

Princess Anne Elizabeth Alice Louise received the title Princess Royal from The Queen in June 1987. Her Royal Highness is the seventh holder of the title.

In 1994 The Queen appointed The Princess a Lady of the Most Noble Order of the Garter.

In 2000, to mark her 50th birthday, The Princess Royal was appointed to the Order of the Thistle, in recognition of her work for charities.

thissal 10-28-2003 10:31 PM

It's amazing how much Peter Phillips looks like Prince William especially since neither one of them look like their mom or dad respectively.

Alexandria 11-05-2003 08:55 PM

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www.ibl.se - Princess Anne attends the Combined Services Culinary Challenge at Sandown Park Racecourse, Surrey, Britain - 04 NOV 2003
The white chocolate bust of the Queen Mother.

hrhcp 11-05-2003 10:14 PM

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Alexandria  Posted: Nov 5th, 2003 - 7:58 pm

Not quite sure if they thought her boots were fabulous or out of place at this event or for the princess, though.

Princess Anne has always struck me as a down to earth type of person, more comfortable in wellies then in high heels. Maybe the photographer finally twigged to Anne's expression of understated elegance at the back of her boots ? ;)

Martine 11-11-2003 08:33 AM

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REMEMBRANCE SUNDAY SERVICE AT THE CENOTAPH, LONDON, BRITAIN - 09 NOV 2003

www.rexfeatures.com

kittencrews 12-04-2003 02:16 PM

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Hello Magazine

4 DECEMBER 2003
Hairdresser Trevor Sorbie has revealed to the world how Princess Anne maintains her famous coiffure.

The Princess Royal let the style guru in on the secret of her tresses after the two crossed paths at a fundraising dinner for Save The Children this week.

"The first thing I said to Anne was how much I liked her hair," said Trevor. "Funnily enough, it was a real conversation starter; it immediately became obvious that she was interested in having a bit of chat… She said thank you and looked quite pleased."

Apparently, a combination of self-styling and some help from a high-profile salon are the keys to the Princess' uniquely elegant look. "When I asked how she styles it," the celebrity snipper, "she said that she does the front of her hair – the quiff bit – herself, and that Michael from Michaeljohn does the back."

kittencrews 12-04-2003 02:21 PM

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Princess Anne presents England Rugby's Clive Woodward with The Sporting Coach of the Year Award in London

Britters 12-04-2003 03:25 PM

It amazes me, looking back at all the older pictures, how much Zara, now that she has "co of age" resembles her mother. The two's facial expressions are uncanny!

Binny 12-04-2003 05:12 PM

They are alike, aren't they?

Personally, I think Princess Anne could do with a new hairstyle! She'd look great with short hair.

Dennism 01-01-2004 11:41 PM

Not sure where this is from. I got it from a Yahoo group.

PAUL THOMPSON,
Royal Correspondent

PRINCESS Anne’s husband has been injured in a shotgun accident, it was revealed yesterday. Commodore Tim Laurence needed stitches in his right thumb.

He was hurt when he joined senior male members of the Royal Family on a pheasant shoot.

Princes William and Harry rushed to his side as blood poured from a deep gash.

Commodore Tim, 48, was surprised by the recoil on his double-barrelled shotgun after blasting two birds.

He shouted in agony when the metal firing hammer on top of the gun ripped into his thumb.

The accident, on the Sandringham estate in Norfolk, added to Princess Anne’s Christmas misery.

It happened the day after her bull terrier Florence mauled a housemaid at Sandringham.

The dog had earlier savaged to death one of the Queen’s treasured corgis.

A royal insider said: “The injury to Commodore Laurence capped a very miserable Christmas for the Princess. “It is not too severe, more of a nuisance, but it was painful for Tim.”

Tim wore a strapping over the injury when he accompanied his wife to church last Sunday. The pair were still at Sandringham last night where the Queen was throwing a New Year’s Eve party. They are set to return to their home at Gatcombe Park, Gloucs, later this week.

Dennism 01-04-2004 05:21 AM

BBC


"An animal psychologist is to examine Princess Anne's English bull terrier which savaged one of the Queen's corgis and attacked a maid, it is reported.

Roger Mugford told the Sunday Telegraph he had been asked to treat eight-year-old Florence.

The dog bit the maid's knee at the Queen's home in Sandringham, Norfolk, last Saturday, days after attacking one of the Queen's oldest corgis there.

The corgi Pharos was put down after Florence broke its legs in the attack.

Mr Mugford, from Surrey, told the Telegraph he expected to start work this week and possible techniques could include re-enacting attacks to train the dog not to bite.

He told the paper he did not believe Florence should be put down and he thought he could prevent that possibility.

He said: "There is probably some underlying medical factor. We are not talking about an inherently aggressive or dangerous dog.

"I am sure it is just a dog who is feeling a bit out of sorts about something, perhaps pain or old age, and is feeling a bit cranky on the day."

Minor wound

Mr Mugford, 57, heads the Animal Behaviour Centre in Chertsey, Surrey.

The paper said he successfully treated another of Princess Anne's dogs, Dotty, after she bit two boys in Windsor Great Park in 2002.

Princess Anne was prosecuted under the Dangerous Dogs Act and warned by the judge that if there were any further attacks, Dotty would have to be destroyed.

Dotty was initially wrongly identified as the dog which had attacked the Queen's corgi, but a Buckingham Palace spokesman later confirmed Florence had been responsible.

After Florence bit the maid, a palace spokeswoman said the woman had been treated by a doctor, but the wound was a "minor bite" and she did not need hospital treatment. "

Alexandria 01-07-2004 09:29 PM

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IBL - 5 January 2004 - London, Britain. Princess Anne visiting the opening of 'A Brush with Granddeur: Philip Alexius de Laszlo' at Christies.

Bubbette 01-07-2004 10:38 PM

She would look so much better with a modern hairstyle!

cn2455 02-17-2004 10:08 PM

Bomb threats accompany visit of Princess Anne to Dublin, Ireland
09:04 PM EST Feb 17

DUBLIN, Ireland (AP) - Irish army experts blew apart a hoax bomb Tuesday as Princess Anne, the daughter of The Queen, visited Ireland in a possible precursor to a first state visit by the monarch.

The army investigated several sites for possible bombs after Dublin media organizations received a string of telephoned warnings purporting to come from Irish Republican Army dissidents opposed to the princess's visit.

A bomb squad used a remote-controlled robot to blow apart a suspicious package in Smithfield, north Dublin, hours before Anne was scheduled to oversee an awards ceremony in the nearby Jameson whisky tourist centre. Police said the package was a hoax.

Anne has made four visits to Ireland since 1998, when the British and Irish governments and several Northern Ireland parties achieved the Good Friday accord. That landmark pact outlined a comprehensive package of compromises designed to underpin peace and stability in Northern Ireland, a British territory.

Anne met President Mary McAleese, Ireland's largely symbolic head of state, on what was being billed as a private visit. Next she travelled from McAleese's mansion in Dublin's vast Phoenix Park to a nearby army barracks to view training of the army's show-jumping horses.

McAleese in 1997 invited the Queen to visit, but the offer has yet to be accepted, chiefly because of the risk of attack by IRA dissidents, who oppose the IRA's 1997 ceasefire.

In 1979 the IRA killed the Queen's cousin, Lord Mountbatten, by blowing up his yacht in the western Irish port of Mullaghmore and made several other attempts to kill members of the Royal Family.

cn2455 02-17-2004 10:13 PM

TUESDAY 17/02/2004 08:14:48

Princess meets Irish President

The Princess Royal was meeting Irish President Mary McAleese in Dublin today in a move which could pave the way for a future visit by the Queen.

Princess Anne will visit the President`s official residence, Aras an Uachtarain, in Phoenix Park before presenting a sports award during a whirlwind one day visit to the Irish capital.

The tour is viewed by many observers as further progress towards a possible visit by the Queen, who would be the first British Head of State to visit the Irish Republic for more than 90 years.

The prospect of such an historic visit moved closer when the Queen received an invitation from Mrs McAleese during her visit to Buckingham Palace in 2002.

The Prince of Wales visited President McAleese at her official residence two years ago, while the Duke of Edinburgh, also paid a courtesy call to Aras an Uachtarain in 1998.

A source close to the President said today`s visit was another important step in improving the relationship between the two countries.

``The President has indicated that she is very happy to receive the Queen in Ireland, but it is up to the two governments to sort out the details of any visit,`` she said.

``The will is there on both sides for a visit but in terms of timetables, nothing is planned.``

Anne will present the Irish Sailor of the Year award following her meeting with Mrs McAleese.

She will also present a founder member of the Meath Peace Group with an honorary MBE, before departing from Baldonnel Airfield.

Juliatta Clancy was awarded the honour in recognition of her work promoting peace and reconciliation in Northern Ireland over the past 10 years.

Meanwhile President McAleese will embark on a two day official visit to London tomorrow.

HMQueenElizabethII 05-23-2005 09:54 AM

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Princess Anne on her Official Visit to Cambodia in May 2002:

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Princess Anne officially opened the British retailer Pringle's new Scotland Boutique on Bond Street,November 7th 2002,London:

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HRH Princess Anne at the opening of a memorial garden in London's Grosvenor Square September 12th 2003. The garden was created in memory of those who lost their lives in the Sept. 11th terrorist attacks on the U.S. and contains a section a steel girder from One World Trade Center, buried beneath the Memorial Stone.

HMQueenElizabethII 05-23-2005 10:13 AM

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Her Royal Highness Princess Anne attends a Memorial service for firefighters at St. Pauls Cathedral on September 16, 2003 in London. The service at which an existing bronze Memorial Statue, unveiled by the late Queen Mother, is elevated and dedicated as The United Kingdom Firefighters National Memorial. The names of over 1000 firefighters killed in peacetime are added to those 997 firefighters killed during the last world war:

HMQueenElizabethII 05-23-2005 10:20 AM

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Princess Anne attended the London Boat Show at Earls Court. In a rare outing together the Princess Royal was accompanied by her husband Commander Tim Lawrence January 10th 2003:

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Princess Anne attended the Royal Ascot in June 2001:

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Princess Anne Visiting The Blue Cross' Animal Adoption Centre At Their Headquarters In Burford, Oxfordshire,September 9th 1999:

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Princess Anne attended Trooping the Colour in 1999 with other members of the Royal Family:

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Princess Anne At Sadler's Hall In London Accepting The 2000 Silver Jubilee Saddle On Behalf Of The Riding For The Disabled Association,March 23rd 2000:

HMQueenElizabethII 05-24-2005 04:42 AM

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The Princess Royal [princess Anne] At St.paul's Cathedral Looking At A New Sculpture Of Her Grandmother, The Queen Mother, That She Had Just Unveiled,June 8th 2000:

morgaine 06-12-2005 08:11 AM

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In 1984 Anne the Princess Royal made a Trip to Africa. Here are some Pics of that trip:

morgaine 06-12-2005 08:16 AM

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... I found some more Pics of Anne in older Magazines I would like to share with you...

1. 1966 - Anne
2. Anne in Uniform
3. 2003 - Anne painted by Normann Edgar
4. 2001 - Oktober - Anne

iceflower 04-12-2006 03:58 AM

A small ;) but impressive portrait of Anne:

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iceflower 06-05-2006 05:04 PM

One more pic of Margaret and her children:

https://i5.tinypic.com/11smqtf.jpg

And some portraits of Anne through the years:

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iceflower 06-08-2006 05:43 PM

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i love the ones of Anne especially the ones of her with her hair down - you don't see that very often.

Here are some more of Anne, but unfortunately not with the hair style you prefer, Duchess ;) :)

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florawindsor 06-09-2006 06:09 AM

thanks for the beautiful pictures iceflower. you always find good pictures. bravo!

i have to say, Princess Anne's hairstyle has always been a disaster through the years. she should get a real hair stylist. she is pretty, but it seems she never paid much attention to her looks, even at her 20s.

Duchess 06-09-2006 06:28 PM

i think fashion and appearance aren't so important to anne...she'd rather be comfortable...which is fine too.

iceflower 06-13-2006 03:42 AM

I'm glad you liked the pics, Madjenn and I understand completely why you like these two best :)

Anne and the Duke of Kent:

https://i6.tinypic.com/149tpvt.jpg https://i5.tinypic.com/149tqx2.jpg
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florawindsor 06-13-2006 05:02 AM

a tiara i've never seen before
can anybody plz tell me the name & the provenience of it ?

Warren 06-13-2006 05:51 AM

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Originally Posted by florawindsor
a tiara i've never seen before
can anybody plz tell me the name & the provenience of it ?

It's the aquamarine and diamond tiara given to the Princess Royal by the Queen Mother. It's been shortened at the sides. Here is a colour pic of the tiara.

iceflower 06-21-2006 04:12 AM

Bella, you are most welcome! :)

By accident I found this pic of Anne and Mark on the backside of another article and I like it a lot: so romantic as if they were alone..:)

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Bella 06-21-2006 09:58 AM

I've always liked this picture of Pss. Anne and Capt. Mark Phillips. Thanks again, Iceflower. I haven't seen it in a very long time. I think Pss. Anne made a beautiful bride.

Duchess 06-25-2006 07:20 AM

i love the photo of anne and mark. it's really lovely.

Incas 06-25-2006 10:34 AM

Anne was a stunning young woman. Judging from photos of her at Ascot, she hasn't lost the ability to turn heads.

iceflower 09-14-2006 03:37 AM

Indeed, Bella, there are a lot of similarities between mother and daughter :smile:

Two portraits that were made for Anne's 21st birthday in 1971, to me they look like being taken from a fairy tale book :smile:

https://i9.tinypic.com/2z3saw1.jpg https://i9.tinypic.com/449gk0o.jpg
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Bella 09-14-2006 12:45 PM

These are great pictures, Iceflower!!! I've never seen them and they are, for lack of a better word, "enchanting." You can see a lot of her aunt, Pss. Margaret (when Pss. Margaret was younger) in these photos of Pss. Anne. I wonder who's idea it was for the background. Pss. Anne never struck me as whimsical (always seemed very practical and no-nonsense). I don't care what anyone says, Pss. Anne was quiet beautiful.

Sister Morphine 09-16-2006 03:17 AM

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Originally Posted by iceflower
Two portraits that were made for Anne's 21st birthday in 1971, to me they look like being taken from a fairy tale book :smile:

Those are two of my favorite pictures of Anne. She was such a stunning woman back in the day, as it were. I love her hair and especially her side profile in this picture.

iceflower 09-26-2006 04:14 AM

Thanks a lot for the additional pics, Ianna, the one at the window is a bit strange ;) but on the colour pic she looks so wonderful and relaxed again! Great addition to my Sarah collection :smile: By the way what does CdeI stand for?

Two portraits of Anne, Mark and Peter I love:

https://i10.tinypic.com/2nk4bpf.jpg https://i10.tinypic.com/3ywzqmo.jpg
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iceflower 04-28-2007 03:48 AM

Here is a nice portrait of a happy Anne with Mark Philipps in 1973:

Anne and Mark

Rebafan81 07-24-2007 10:32 AM

Princess Anne as a mother and as an aunt
 
I have heard a lot of talk about Princess Anne as a Royal ambassador but not a lot about how she was as a mother. I would love to know what other have heard about her as a mother. I think she is very lucky to have (2) well adjusted children, did she have anything to do with it, or was it just good schools and nannies?

christinacg 07-24-2007 10:58 AM

From what I've seen through pictures, she seems to have a close relationship with both of her children. I'm not sure though how much of a role she had in their upbringing. I'm quite sure she used nannies and probably sent them to private schools. So I'd love to hear other peoples insights to this as well.

blondie28 07-24-2007 12:01 PM

In an interview I read that Zara gave she said that her mother has had a huge influence on her not just in horseriding but other things to. Anne seems to have an easygoing relationship with both of her children and Mike and Autumn as well which makes it easier on Peter and Zara. Of course their nannies played a big role but I think both of their parents were great influences.

Penny Lane 07-24-2007 12:12 PM

I have always read that she has always been close to both her children and really doted on Zara as a baby.She always made them as much of a prority as her are royal duties.

Skydragon 07-24-2007 05:33 PM

Nannies and schools are not the only reason Peter and Zara seem so well adjusted and happy, IMO. They are loved and they know they are loved. They have the support of both parents, who appear to have listened to what their children are interested in doing and then encouraged them all the way.

Judging by how the children appear to have turned out, I think it fair to say Anne has done a marvelous job.

acdc1 07-24-2007 05:36 PM

Anne can be a little cold in public, but you can tell that she's a good mother to her kids. They seem happy and healthy, and though they went through most of the regular teenage stuff, they came out all right. Peter and Zara seem very well-adjusted.


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