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Ceremonial gown, by Norman Hartnell, 1957, at the Victoria and Albert Museum. Designed specially for Queen Elizabeth II's state visit to Paris, April 8-11th, 1957. Decorated with French motifs, including the flowers of France and large gold bees, the emblem of Napoleon. Worn to the state dinner on the first night (Monday 8th April), hosted by President René Coty at the Elysée Palace, followed by a visit to the Opéra (see black-and-white photo, via romanbenedikhanson on Flickr).

Ceremonial gown, by Norman Hartnell, 1957, at the Victoria and Albert Museum. Designed specially for Queen Elizabeth II's state visit to Paris, April 8-11th, 1957. Decorated with French motifs, including the flowers of France and large gold bees, the emblem of Napoleon. Worn to the state dinner on the first night (Monday 8th April), hosted by President René Coty at the Elysée Palace, followed by a visit to the Opéra (see black-and-white photo, via romanbenedikhanson on Flickr).

Judge of the Northern Circuit of the Superior Court of Georgia (1827-1834); United States Secretary of the Treasury (1816-1825); United States Secretary of War (1815-1816); United States Minister to France (1813-1815); United States Senator from Georgia (1807-1813); Georgia State Representative (1803 )

Judge of the Northern Circuit of the Superior Court of Georgia (1827-1834); United States Secretary of the Treasury (1816-1825); United States Secretary of War (1815-1816); United States Minister to France (1813-1815); United States Senator from Georgia (1807-1813); Georgia State Representative (1803 )

From "France State Visit 2014" story by The British Monarchy on Storify — http://storify.com/BritishMonarchy/france-state-visit-2014

Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh attend a reception at the British Embassy during an Official visit to France on June 2014 in Paris, France. British Embassy Paris HM The.

Most children in America play games that have originated in the United States, but don’t know much about games that other children around the world play. Here are six games from around the world.

Most children in America play games that have originated in the United States, but don’t know much about games that other children around the world play. Here are six games from around the world. Great ideas for tween games!

Queen Maxima Photos: State Dinner in Honor of King Willem-Alexander of the…

Queen Maxima Photos Photos: State Dinner in Honor of King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands and Queen Maxima At Elysee Palace

Queen Maxima Photos Photos: State Dinner in Honor of King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands and Queen Maxima At Elysee Palace

state string art roundup - tons of ideas on buying and making your own

Definitely making one of these! state string art roundup - tons of ideas on buying and making your own

KIDS | CAMPAIGN-CAMPAIGN | ZARA United States

KIDS | CAMPAIGN-CAMPAIGN | ZARA United States

KIDS | CAMPAIGN-CAMPAIGN | ZARA United States

KIDS | CAMPAIGN-CAMPAIGN | ZARA United States

UK households could pay £50bn to France's state-owned energy company to prop up Hinkley nuclear plant

UK households could pay £50bn to EDF to prop up Hinkley nuclear plant

UK households could pay £50bn to France's state-owned energy company to prop up Hinkley nuclear plant

State and Church ? Both aren't linked anymore in the U.S. as well as in France, although, in both countries, things work very differently : France is more of an atheistic country when it comes to politics, whereas the U.S. is more of a secular (accepting all religions equally) one. I find 'not believing in God' easier as a French person rather than as an American one.   Topic : U.S., politics, United States, religion, Atheism, Secularism, Laity, France, Church, State, 1905, Bible

State and Church ? Both aren't linked anymore in the U.S. as well as in France, although, in both countries, things work very differently : France is more of an atheistic country when it comes to politics, whereas the U.S. is more of a secular (accepting all religions equally) one. I find 'not believing in God' easier as a French person rather than as an American one. Topic : U.S., politics, United States, religion, Atheism, Secularism, Laity, France, Church, State, 1905, Bible

Queen Letizia of Spain and King Felipe VI of Spain attends for the State Dinner hosted by French President François Hollande at the Elysee Palace on June 2, 2015 in Paris, France. (King Felipe of and Queen Letizia of Spain are on a three-day visit in France)

Queen Letizia of Spain and King Felipe VI of Spain attends for the State Dinner hosted by French President François Hollande at the Elysee Palace on June 2015 in Paris, France. (King Felipe of and Queen Letizia of Spain are on a three-day visit in France)

This absolutely lavish gown is one that Queen Elizabeth wore on a state visit to Paris in 1957. It is made of duchesse satin, pearls, beads, and golden threads. It is called the “Flowers of the Fields of France” gown, and features French emblems of flowers of France and large golden bees, the motif of Napoleon

“The Flowers of the Fields of France” by Norman Hartnell of Duchesse satin, embroidered with pearls, beads, brilliants and gold thread. Worn by Queen Elizabeth II on a state visit to Paris in

KIDS | CAMPAIGN-CAMPAIGN | ZARA United States

KIDS | CAMPAIGN-CAMPAIGN | ZARA United States

KIDS | CAMPAIGN-CAMPAIGN | ZARA United States

KIDS | CAMPAIGN-CAMPAIGN | ZARA United States

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