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H.M. King Charles II. Painted by John Riley, C. 1680-1685.

H.M. King Charles II and H.R.H. Prince James, Duke of York. (Later H.M. King James II) in a portrait by an unknown artist, c. 1660-1685.

H.R.H. Prince William, Duke of Clarence, (later H.M. King William IV) in a portrait by Thomas Lawrence. 1827.

H.R.H. Prince Edward, Prince of Wales, (later H.M. King Edward VIII/H.R.H. Prince Edward, Duke of Windsor), shown on the balcony of Buckingham Palace. January 1st, 1936. He would become King less than a month later, and abdicate eleven months after that.

The Queen's private family album: Candid footage taken by Her Majesty

Ha ha, fooled you: The king, wearing shorts, lovingly embraces a tiny and delighted Margaret in the garden

The Queen's private family album: Candid footage taken by Her Majesty

Naughty girl: King George pretends to smack Margaret as Elizabeth looks on and laughs before joining in the joke

The Queen at 90: The most important photo from every single year of her remarkable life

1993: The Queen Mother, stands between her two daughters, Queen Elizabeth II and Princess Margaret while celebrating her 93rd birthday at Clarence House in London. 1993 was also the year Buckingham Palace was opened to the public for the first time.