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The Queen, Duke of Edinburgh and their family, enjoying a stroll with their dogs in the grounds of Balmoral Castle, in 1979 #corgi

In pictures: The Queen's corgis

The Queen, Duke of Edinburgh and their family, enjoying a stroll with their dogs in the grounds of Balmoral Castle, in 1979 #corgi

Instead of admiring her form, I'm cringing at the lack of helmet. Oh, the times how they have changed.

Instead of admiring her form, I'm cringing at the lack of helmet. Oh, the times how they have changed.

10/08/13  Back in the driving seat: A groom rides shotgun as Philip goes for a leisurely spin in Windsor Great Park yesterday, just nine weeks after h...

Two months after heart op, Iron Duke's cracking the whip again! Prince Philip takes the reins as he goes carriage driving

10/08/13 Back in the driving seat: A groom rides shotgun as Philip goes for a leisurely spin in Windsor Great Park yesterday, just nine weeks after h...

Diamond Jubilee: Playing in the castle dungeons as the Nazi bombs fell, Elizabeth the panto princess | Mail Online

Playing in the castle dungeons as the Nazi bombs fell, Elizabeth the panto princess

Diamond Jubilee: Playing in the castle dungeons as the Nazi bombs fell, Elizabeth the panto princess | Mail Online

The Queen And Her Corgis

The Queen And Her Corgis

As Queen Elizabeth II celebrates 60 years on the throne, we look back at her love affair with her favorite animal: the corgi. Her first,...

Queen Elizabeth arrives at an event with her cousin Lady Elizabeth Anson, left, and her son, Prince Edward.

Secrets of the royals' party planner Lady Elizabeth Anson

Queen Elizabeth arrives at an event with her cousin Lady Elizabeth Anson, left, and her son, Prince Edward.

Prince Philip participated in the carriage driving event at the Royal Windsor Horse Show on May 13, 2005.

A Look at Charming Prince Philip Through the Years

Prince Philip participated in the carriage driving event at the Royal Windsor Horse Show on May 13, 2005.

The Queen wants to allow him time with his children while they are small, but also is allowing him space as she knows how difficult it was for her husband to adjust to life as a royal when she took the throne.

The Queen's secret 'deal' to let William be a part-time royal

The Queen wants to allow him time with his children while they are small, but also is allowing him space as she knows how difficult it was for her husband to adjust to life as a royal when she took the throne.

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