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Prince Albert of the United Kingdom, Major General Hugh Trenchard, and Colonel C. L. Courtney at the Independent Air Force Dinner, 14 Jul 1919Prince Albert the Duke of York and the Duchess of York with their newborn daughter, Princess Elizabeth (the future Queen Elizabeth II), circa Jun 1926.
Prince Albert of the United Kingdom, Major General Hugh Trenchard, and Colonel C. L. Courtney at the Independent Air Force Dinner, 14 Jul 1919Prince Albert the Duke of York and the Duchess of York with their newborn daughter, Princess Elizabeth (the future Queen Elizabeth II), circa Jun 1926.
Duke (left, partially hidden) and Duchess of York visiting Beaudesert, Queensland, Australia, 1927Duke and Duchess of York at a Beaudesert campdraft, Queensland, Australia, 1927
Duke (left, partially hidden) and Duchess of York visiting Beaudesert, Queensland, Australia, 1927Duke and Duchess of York at a Beaudesert campdraft, Queensland, Australia, 1927
Duke and Duchess of York in a motorcade while visiting Beaudesert, Queensland, Australia, 1927Duke and Duchess of York visiting Gatton, Queensland, Australia, 1927
Duke and Duchess of York in a motorcade while visiting Beaudesert, Queensland, Australia, 1927Duke and Duchess of York visiting Gatton, Queensland, Australia, 1927
Duke and Duchess of York visiting Nundah, Brisbane, Australia, 1927Duke and Duchess of York with others in Queensland, Australia, 1927
Duke and Duchess of York visiting Nundah, Brisbane, Australia, 1927Duke and Duchess of York with others in Queensland, Australia, 1927
Duke and Dutchess of York aboard State Car 4 of the Victorian Railways Royal Train, Australia, 1927Duke of York with WW1 veteran ace Geoffrey Forrest Hughes, Australia, 1927
Duke and Dutchess of York aboard State Car 4 of the Victorian Railways Royal Train, Australia, 1927Duke of York with WW1 veteran ace Geoffrey Forrest Hughes, Australia, 1927
Sir Littleton Ernest Groom welcoming the Duke and Duchess of York at Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia, 1927The Duke and Duchess of York at Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia, 1927
Sir Littleton Ernest Groom welcoming the Duke and Duchess of York at Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia, 1927The Duke and Duchess of York at Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia, 1927
Duke and Duchess of York at Brisbane Central Station, Australia, 6 Apr 1927Duke and Duchess of York at Brisbane, Australia, 6 Apr 1927
Duke and Duchess of York at Brisbane Central Station, Australia, 6 Apr 1927Duke and Duchess of York at Brisbane, Australia, 6 Apr 1927
Duke and Duchess of York at Eagle Farm Racecourse, Brisbane, Australia, 7 Apr 1927Duke and Duchess of York relaxing at Mount Coot-tha, Brisbane, Australia, 12 Apr 1927
Duke and Duchess of York at Eagle Farm Racecourse, Brisbane, Australia, 7 Apr 1927Duke and Duchess of York relaxing at Mount Coot-tha, Brisbane, Australia, 12 Apr 1927
Duke of York and Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon at the inauguration of a new railroad line, circa Nov 1931Prince Albert the Duke of York and the Duchess of York with their two daughters, Princess Elizabeth and Princess Margaret at Y Bwthyn Bach (The Little House) at Royal Lodge, Jun 1936. 6 months later, he would be king.
Duke of York and Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon at the inauguration of a new railroad line, circa Nov 1931Prince Albert the Duke of York and the Duchess of York with their two daughters, Princess Elizabeth and Princess Margaret at Y Bwthyn Bach (The Little House) at Royal Lodge, Jun 1936. 6 months later, he would be king.
Prince Albert the Duke of York and the Duchess of York with their two daughters, Princess Elizabeth (the future Queen Elizabeth II) and Princess Margaret, late 1930s.King George VI of the United Kingdom with Canadian Prime Minister Mackenzie King at the Buckingham Palace, London, England, United Kingdom, 11 May 1937
Prince Albert the Duke of York and the Duchess of York with their two daughters, Princess Elizabeth (the future Queen Elizabeth II) and Princess Margaret, late 1930s.King George VI of the United Kingdom with Canadian Prime Minister Mackenzie King at the Buckingham Palace, London, England, United Kingdom, 11 May 1937

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