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The Queen meets Joanna Rees, one of the oldest survivors of the Aberfan disaster during her visit to the Welsh village in 1997. 116 children died in the disaster in 1966, caused when colliery waste slid down a mountain and onto a primary school below.© Press Association

The Queen meets Joanna Rees, one of the oldest survivors of the Aberfan disaster during her visit to the Welsh village in 1997. 116 children died in the disaster in 1966, caused when colliery waste slid down a mountain and onto a primary school below.© Press Association

The Queen visits a mosque in Scunthorpe, north Lincolnshire, as part of her Golden Jubilee tour of Britain, July 2002.© Press Association

The Queen visits a mosque in Scunthorpe, north Lincolnshire, as part of her Golden Jubilee tour of Britain, July 2002.© Press Association

The Queen is given a tour of 'The Queen Mother Memorial Garden' during a visit to Edinburgh's Royal Botanic Garden, 12 July 2010

The Queen is given a tour of 'The Queen Mother Memorial Garden' during a visit to Edinburgh's Royal Botanic Garden, 12 July 2010

The Prince of Wales, later Edward VIII, and Princess Elizabeth, later Elizabeth II, at Balmoral, September 25, 1933.

The Prince of Wales, later Edward VIII, and Princess Elizabeth, later Elizabeth II, at Balmoral, September 25, 1933.

The six children of King George V and Queen Mary: Albert, Duke of York (later George VI), Mary, Princess Royal, Countess of Harewood; Edward, Prince of Wales (later Edward VIII and Duke of Windsor), Prince John, Prince Henry, and Prince George, Duke of Kent

The six children of King George V and Queen Mary: Albert, Duke of York (later George VI), Mary, Princess Royal, Countess of Harewood; Edward, Prince of Wales (later Edward VIII and Duke of Windsor), Prince John, Prince Henry, and Prince George, Duke of Kent

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